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CRISPR gene editing

CRISPR gene editing companies Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT) and Aldevron have inked a new global distribution agreement to expand CRISPR products for cell and gene therapy customers.

IDT will stock and sell three additional research use only (RUO) and current good manufacturing practice (cGMP) CRISPR nucleases with unique performance characteristics, manufactured by Aldevron, to provide researchers with an accelerated path to the clinic.

Sandy Ottensmann, VP/GM, Gene Writing and Editing & Core/PCR Business Units at IDT, said: “Expanding access to gene editing reagents and tools to enable customers to rapidly innovate and translate their projects from research breakthroughs to potential life-saving treatments is key to advancing the future of genomic medicine, and we’re proud to work alongside Aldevron to realise this important work.”

“We are thrilled to partner with IDT and bring together their expertise in CRISPR chemistry and oligo production with Aldevron expertise in cGMP CRISPR nuclease and ribonucleoprotein (RNP) manufacturing,” added Tom Foti, Vice President and General Manager of Aldevron’s Protein Business Unit. “By combining manufacturing strengths, from day one, IDT clients now can access Aldevron CRISPR proteins which are designed for clinical translation.”

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