ATCC: CRISPR-edited Isogenic Cell Models

Recapitulating disease in a dish

By The Scientist Creative Services Team | January 29, 2018

Learn more about ATCC's CRISPR-edited isogenic cell models.

CRISPR-edited isogenic cell models offer a more relevant option for studying disease progression and therapeutic efficacy. By targeting specific genes and generating disease-causing mutations, it's possible to better recapitulate human disease in a dish. Learn more about ATCC's CRISPR-edited isogenic cell models.

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