Are you looking for a simple means to boost the efficiency of gene editing and also to reduce the off-target? Yes, it does exist – in one word: 4-hydroxy Tamoxifen. That’s the HIT-CAS9.
They built a fusion between a mutated human estrogen receptor (ERT2) and the Cas9 endonuclease, which makes the CRISPR Cas9 dependent on 4-hydroxytamoxifen.
CRISPR-CAS9 is a powerful technology for gene editing. It allows targeted modifications into the genome of the cell lines, IPSCs and ESCs. Despite the principle being pretty simple, in practice its use requires some expertise, and it can even turn into a time consuming adventure… That’s why the best way to benefit from it is most certainly through affordable services.