Genome-Edited Mouse


Seturo Tech Inc. provides genome editing mice and embryos produced by GEEP, a high-throughput genome editing method for mammalian embryos, enabling us to produce genome editing products at low cost and in a short time. Our policy is to produce tailor-made genome editing products after detailed discussions with users. You can choose from various delivery and analysis options, ranging from simple mouse embryo delivery to F2 mice delivery with genetic analysis using NGS.

Knock out Mice

A knockout mouse is a mouse in which one or more genes have been disrupted with genome editing technology such as CRISPR/Cas9. It is an important model animal used to figure out the function of a gene whose protein function is uncovered, although whose nucleotide sequence has been determined. In knockout mice, target genes are knocked out in all cells throughout a whole body.
Knock out mice

Base-deleted Mouse

A guide RNA (gRNA) and Cas9 protein induce a frameshift mutation via a base deletion; thus case the disruption of the target gene.
Base-deleted mouse

Exon-deleted Mouse

Using two types of guide RNAs simultaneously, the upstream and downstream bases of the targeted exon are deleted, resulting in the deletion of the entire exon. This ensures that the functional domain of the gene is destroyed.
Exon-deleted mouse

Flox Mouse

A flox mouse is created by inserting loxP sequences into upstream and downstream of the target exon. Tissue-specific gene disruption (tissue-specific gene knockout) is induced by crossing with a Cre driver mouse.
Flox mouse

Knock in Mice

A knock-in mouse is used to analyze gene and protein functions by introducing a foreign gene into a mouse genome. Various designs are possible, such as the insertion of an exogenous gene to simultaneously disrupt the endogenous gene or the insertion into the ROSA26 locus for ubiquitous expression. Fusion with a reporter protein to investigate the localization of the mouse protein is also applicable to the generation of knock-in mice.
Knock in mice

Point Mutation Mouse

Point mutation mice are generated using guide RNA, ssOligoDNA, and Cas9 protein.
Point mutation mouse

Long-chain Knock-in Mouse

Long-chain knock-in mice are produced using guide RNA, donor DNA, and Cas9 protein.
Long-chain knock-in mouse

GEEP Method

The GEEP method is a method for introducing genome editing tools such as Cas9 protein and gRNA into a fertilized egg via electroporation in a high-throughput, low-cost, and cell-preserving manner. Conventional microinjection methods not only require manipulation techniques but also specialized equipment, whereas the GEEP method requires only the technique of arranging fertilized eggs on electrodes. In addition, the genome editing tools can be introduced into multiple (20 to 200) fertilized eggs simultaneously without the complicated work of manipulating fertilized eggs one by one, enabling the performance of minimally invasive genome editing under uniform conditions in a short period of time while the eggs are still fresh after artificial fertilization, thus allowing genome-edited organisms to be obtained with high efficiency.


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