zfclogo.jpgZinc Finger Consortium Reagents


The Zinc Finger Consortium was established to promote continued research and development of engineered zinc finger technology. Consortium members Keith Joung and Daniel Voytas have deposited at Addgene various reagents for engineering and expressing zinc finger proteins for distribution to academic and non-profit laboratories for research and educational use. Links to additional pages describing these reagents are provided below:

Zinc Finger Genome Engineering Reagents

Zinc Finger Arrays for Zebrafish Genes - Browse pre-constructed zinc fingers targeting specific genes

Oligomerized Pool ENgineering (OPEN) Reagents - Engineer zinc finger arrays via OPEN method

Modular Assembly Engineering Reagents - Engineer zinc finger arrays via Modular Assembly method

Nuclease Expression Vectors - Cloning vectors for expressing zinc finger FokI nuclease fusions

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