TALs
7 views | +0 today
Follow
TALs
GeneArt® Precision TALs provide custom DNA-binding proteins for accurate DNA targeting and precise genome editing. Unlike other technologies that limit the choice of targets, or provide ambiguous results, GeneArt® Precision TALs enable the targeting of any locus in the genome. Precise—technology that recognizes the DNA sequence you specify Flexible—you choose the effectors and Gateway® compatible vector that meet your needs Reliable—the final clone contains a verified, optimized sequence for improved expression Fast—receive your clone (order) typically within 2 weeks after your order has been confirmed GeneArt® Precision TALs offer site-specific delivery of nucleases, activators, repressors, chromatin modifiers, genomic labels, and cross-linking molecules. This genome editing technology is known to function in a variety of host systems, including bacteria, yeast, plants, insects, Zebra fish, and mammals. Speak with a TALs specialist
Curated by Sia Patel
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Rescooped by Sia Patel from SynBioFromLeukipposInstitute
Scoop.it!

Positioning Synthetic Biology to Meet the Challenges of the 21st Century

Positioning Synthetic Biology to Meet the Challenges of the 21st Century | TALs | Scoop.it

Via Gerd Moe-Behrens
more...
Gerd Moe-Behrens's curator insight, August 14, 2013 4:47 PM

 
by
Stephanie Joyce, Anne-Marie Mazza, and Steven Kendall, Rapporteurs; Committee on Science, Technology, and Law; Policy and Global Affairs; Board on Life Sciences; Division on Earth and Life Sciences; National Academy of Engineering; National Research Council

"Synthetic biology -- unlike any research discipline that precedes it -- has the potential to bypass the less predictable process of evolution to usher in a new and dynamic way of working with living systems. Ultimately, synthetic biologists hope to design and build engineered biological systems with capabilities that do not exist in natural systems -- capabilities that may ultimately be used for applications in manufacturing, food production, and global health. Importantly, synthetic biology represents an area of science and engineering that raises technical, ethical, regulatory, security, biosafety, intellectual property, and other issues that will be resolved differently in different parts of the world. As a better understanding of the global synthetic biology landscape could lead to tremendous benefits, six academies -- the United Kingdom's Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineering, the United States' National Academy of Sciences and National Academy of Engineering, and the Chinese Academy of Science and Chinese Academy of Engineering -- organized a series of international symposia on the scientific, technical, and policy issues associated with synthetic biology. Positioning Synthetic Biology to Meet the Challenges of the 21st Century summarizes the symposia proceedings."

http://bit.ly/14d41Rj

Rescooped by Sia Patel from SynBioFromLeukipposInstitute
Scoop.it!

Synthetic Biology Webinars

Synthetic Biology Webinars | TALs | Scoop.it

Via Gerd Moe-Behrens
more...
Gerd Moe-Behrens's curator insight, February 8, 2013 3:36 PM

Synthetic Biology Webinar

"Learning Made Easier with Synthetic Biology Webinars
Inquire, Understand, and Break Through to Discovery

At Life Technologies, we believe synthetic biology will change the way we create energy, produce food, optimize industrial processing, and detect, prevent, and cure diseases—improving the human condition and the world around us. We’re committed to offering unparalleled technology and solutions to the research community. With our platform of synthetic biology products, we intend to understand and answer some of life’s most challenging questions. Through design and engineering, our scientists enable researchers to study, alter, create, and re-create highly complex pathways, DNA sequences, genes, and natural biological systems. In the synthetic biology webinar series from Life Technologies, our scientists cover the different challenges that synthetic biology researchers encounter and address the solutions available to help them achieve their next breakthroughs.

Stay at the forefront of synthetic biology breakthroughs, register for a live webinar, or view our library of past webinars at your leisure. New webinars are added monthly, so subscribe now and be among the first to learn about the latest advances in synthetic biology research."
http://bit.ly/XZNhsh

Rescooped by Sia Patel from SynBioFromLeukipposInstitute
Scoop.it!

Life Technologies launches new genome editing technology

Life Technologies launches new genome editing technology | TALs | Scoop.it

"Life Technologies Corp. has announced the launch of GeneArt Precision TALs, generally referred to as TAL effector proteins (TALE), which allow researchers the ability to edit genomes and control gene activity with unprecedented precision and reliability.

According to Daniel Schroen, Life Technologies’ director of market development, the new technology gives researchers to focus precisely on DNA and manipulate it in a new way. For example, the TAL effectors allow them to activate new genes or insert new genes to add functionality. Within the biorefining industry, he notes that the technology can be used in a variety of capacities, including the optimization of enzymes to break down biomass, or the design of more efficient algae strains....."


Via Gerd Moe-Behrens
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Sia Patel from TAL effector science
Scoop.it!

TALEN-based Gene Targeting Services | Polygene

TALEN-based Gene Targeting Services | Polygene | TALs | Scoop.it

Swiss based PolyGene offers services based on Transcription Activator-Like Effector Nuclease (TALEN) technology for the speedy generation of constitutive knockout mice, as well as rats and rabbits.


Via dromius
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Sia Patel from TALs
Scoop.it!

Life Technologies launches new genome editing technology

Life Technologies launches new genome editing technology | TALs | Scoop.it

"Life Technologies Corp. has announced the launch of GeneArt Precision TALs, generally referred to as TAL effector proteins (TALE), which allow researchers the ability to edit genomes and control gene activity with unprecedented precision and reliability.

According to Daniel Schroen, Life Technologies’ director of market development, the new technology gives researchers to focus precisely on DNA and manipulate it in a new way. For example, the TAL effectors allow them to activate new genes or insert new genes to add functionality. Within the biorefining industry, he notes that the technology can be used in a variety of capacities, including the optimization of enzymes to break down biomass, or the design of more efficient algae strains....."


Via Gerd Moe-Behrens, Sia Patel
more...
No comment yet.