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Sangamo BioSciences and Sigma-Aldrich Announce Research and License Agreement With Roche for the Use of ZFN Technology for Generation of Transgenic Animals
Date:7/9/2008

hcare company with an established reputation of innovation. We are pleased to provide them with our ZFN technology which provides a cutting-edge approach for disease research," said Edward Lanphier, Sangamo's President and Chief Executive Officer. "The frequency and precision of ZFN-mediated genome editing, in combination with the ability to design ZFNs against potentially any gene, opens up the possibility of more easily generated transgenic animals of any species."

Zinc finger DNA-binding proteins (ZFPs) are the dominant class of naturally occurring transcription factors in organisms from yeast to humans. Transcription factors, which are found in the nucleus of every cell, bind to DNA to regulate gene expression. Though there are many kinds of transcription factors, only ZFPs are amenable to engineering and precise targeting of a particular gene or genes of interest. ZFNs are engineered forms of ZFPs that also contain a nuclease component which can facilitate modification of a target gene of interest.

"The power of ZFN technology was recently demonstrated in a study published in Nature Biotechnology," said Philip Gregory, D.Phil., Sangamo's Vice President for Research. "Using ZFNs in zebrafish, a widely recognized system for human disease modeling and in vivo drug discovery, resulted in the generation of fish in which the ZFN-targeted gene has been eliminated or 'knocked out'. Apart from the mouse, the majority of other animals including zebrafish have historically lacked methods for precision targeted mutagenesis. This publication demonstrates that ZFNs present a powerful solution to this problem with application across virtually any species for any gene."

Terms of the Agreement

Under this agreement, Sangamo will provide a non-exclusive, worldwide research license for the use of its proprietary ZFN technology in the development of transgenic animals. In this phase Roche will pay research fees, including research maintenance fees and re
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