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Sigma® Life Science Creates World's First Knock-in Rats using Zinc Finger Nuclease Technology
Date:12/13/2010

ted mutations, and this breakthrough from SAGE™ Labs puts ZFN technology on par with classic ES cell-based gene targeting techniques in terms of application flexibility. SAGE Labs will use this technology, combined with its SAGEspeed™ model creation process, to produce a number of off-the-shelf rat models for use in the study of human diseases, as well as custom models for customers.

"We have invested time and resources in developing the CompoZr and SAGEspeed platforms to help realize the enormous potential of this technology, enabling precise manipulation of the genome of living organisms," said Dr. Edward Weinstein, Director of SAGE Labs at Sigma Life Science. "This exciting advance is another example of how Sigma Life Science is pushing the limits of technology, establishing what we believe will become the new standard for the creation of genetically engineered research animals."

For more information on SAGE Labs, please visit http://www.sageresearchmodels.com.

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