Knockout Mouse Catalog | Cyagen APAC

The availability of gene-editing technologies for developing rodent models has created more options for researchers than ever before. Murine genomes share significant similarities with the human genome, which has made them fantastic models for a wide range of human disease research. Choosing suitable animal models is essential for researchers to study the mechanisms of human disease and evaluate drug efficacy.

This handbook covers various gene editing methods as well the key differences between C57BL/6 and BALB/c strains to consider when developing a mouse model for your research plan. Our model generation experts put together this free resource to help guide researchers who want to optimize their animal model design process.


Topics Covered in Our Handbook:
●  Comparing BALB/c and C57BL/6 Mice Strains Across Research Applications
●  BALB/c Strains Available for TurboKnockout® Embryonic Stem Cell (ESC) Mediated Services
●  CRISPR/Cas9 Versus ES Cell Targeting: Which is the Optimal Solution?
●  Conclusions
About Cyagen

With more than 15 years of experience in genetic engineering, Cyagen offers a complete range of services to support research model development, including: custom genetically engineered models, ready-to-use catalog models, drug development models, colony management, and phenotype analysis - allowing researchers worldwide to create, manage, and monitor models with ease.

In addition to animal model generation, Cyagen has established a range of supporting services, such as animal breeding, embryo/sperm cryopreservation, histology, and transcriptome profiling. Outsourcing these services to Cyagen is a more time-efficient and cost-effective way of conducting your research. All these services are performed by experienced specialists following standardized procedures, so we can guarantee delivery of high-quality services and data acquisition with unbeatable price and turnaround.

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