The Cas9 protein has gained worldwide attention as a genome editing tool to cause site-directed double-strand breaks in DNA. Resulting DNA breaks can inactivate genes or introduce heterologous genes through non-homologous end joining and homologous recombination, respectively, in many laboratory model organisms. To detect and quantify Cas9 in your CRISPR-based genetic engineering studies, Cas9 ELISA Kits and Antibodies are offered.
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