NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Sigma-Aldrich today announced a collaboration to supply its CRISPR technology to the Czech Center for Phenogenomics (CCP).

Under the collaboration, Sigma-Aldrich will provide the Transgenic Module at the CCP's Institute of Molecular Genetics with Sigma CRISPR technology, including reagents, experimental design consultation, and dedicated gene editing bioinformaticians.

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