Stanford Spinoff’s Cell-Based Screening Tech Offers Bird’s-Eye View of Regulatory Systems | GenomeWeb
Stanford University spinoff SwtichGear Genomics has developed new cell-based screening tools that use reporter technology to observe how different regulatory elements interact in living cells to influence gene expression in a particular pathway, according to company co-founder and CSO Nathan Trinklein.
The company, based in Menlo Park, Calif., uses Promega’s optimized luciferase reporter gene, and provides pathway screening products and services using its SwitchGear platform, Trinklein said.

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