Interactive guide to find the right genome editing technology for your application

With so many genomic tools and technologies available, trying to decide which ones to use for your research can be overwhelming. That’s why we’ve simplified the process.

Follow the links to GeneArt™ products

Use the decision tree to locate the solution that is best matched to your gene editing task. Then follow the blue or yellow hyperlinked GeneArt™ element to learn more about a particular technology.


Genome Modulation and Editing Selection Guide GeneArt® CRISPR Nuclease Vectors Link to GeneArt® CRISPR Nuclease mRNA Link to GeneArt® CRISPR Nuclease mRNA Link to GeneArt® CRISPR Nuclease mRNA Link to GeneArt® TALs Products Link to GeneArt® TALs Products Link to GeneArt® TALs Products Link to GeneArt® TALs Products Link to GeneArt® TALs Products Link to GeneArt® TALs Products Link to GeneArt® TALs Products Link to GeneArt® TALs Products Link to GeneArt® TALs Products

*Thermo Fisher Scientific is currently the only provider of TAL technology that includes rights under the foundational TAL IP invented at
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, the University of Minnesota, and Iowa State University. For information on Thermo Fisher’s right to sell TAL technology, please see our press release dated June 5, 2014. For further information on licensing for TAL technology, please contact us at outlicensing@lifetech.com
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**When using plant vectors with the right promoter, the CRISPR system may be used for plant genome editing.