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Genome Editing Service
Gene editing is the insertion, deletion or replacement of DNA at a specific site in the genome of an organism or cell. There are the Zinc finger nucleases (ZFNs), transcription-activator like effector nucleases (TALEN), meganucleases and the clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR/Cas9) system have been used for genome editing. CRISPR/Cas9 is simpler, faster, cheaper, and more accurate than other genome editing methods, therefore many scientists who perform genome editing now use CRISPR.
BrainVTA is a professional biotechnology company in CRISPR editing field. We could offer customer genome editing services based on the CRISPR platform, which including gene knockout,  gene knock-in, transcriptional activation, site-directed mutation,and so on. Such genome editing services can offer researchers the comprehensive workflows--from experimental design, to cell line development and validation.
Key informations
● Fast and high efficiency
● Strong background in CRISPR editing field
● Greater gene-editing efficiency 
● Capable of editing multiple genes simultaneously
●The most competitive price
BrainVTA has extensive experience in CRISPR, and could offer the most excellent service for genome editing. If you have any special requirements in genome editing service, just email us at sales@brainvta.com or click the Send Request button.

Reference:
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