Your product is now available from Integrated DNA Technologies.
Many of the Swift products you have grown to love are now part of our new complete portfolio, xGen™ NGS. Through this new partnership we are pleased to offer you comprehensive next generation sequencing solutions.
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Find Archer now at IDT!
All Archer information is now available on IDT’s website. You can view Archer assays alongside IDT’s xGen™ NGS portfolio to find the best next generation sequencing solution for your lab.
Confidently detect more with Archer NGS assay solutions for your solid tumor, blood cancer, immune profiling, and genetic disease research.
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How do I design my CRISPR-Cas12a (Cpf1) crRNA guide sequence—correct orientation & strand?
Enter the 20–24 base DNA sequence downstream (3’ end) of the target Cas12a (Cpf1) PAM site (TTTV*), and then you are ready to continue. We typically recommend using a 21-nucleotide guide sequence.
The ordering tool will automatically convert the DNA sequence to RNA during the ordering process. If you are pasting your Cas12a (Cpf1) target site from an online design tool, make sure to verify the correct strand orientation before pasting the target sequence.