esiCRISPR AND esiRNAs –
FLEXIBILITY FOR GENE EDITING
FINALLY, SPECIFIC GENE-
SILENCING IS POSSIBLE!
DIG YOUR WELLS DEEPER –
USE esiCRISPR AND esiRNA!
EUPHORIC ABOUT PHENOTYPES
SUPPORT FOR ALL EUPHERIA
REAGENTS AND KITS
Eupheria Biotech is now providing endoribonuclease-prepared siRNAs for a preselected set of genes to target potential SARS-CoV-2 related host-virus factors. Additionally, we produce in-vitro transcribed single-stranded RNA sequences of the SARS-CoV-2 genome. Find out more about our new research tools to facilitate understanding the mechanisms behind the infection and identify potential treatments.
Our mission is to provide our customers with top quality products for RNA interference (RNAi) and targeted genome engineering (CRISPR/Cas9) together with personal scientific support.
We want your research to succeed. Get euphoric about phenotypes!
Our innovation of endoribonuclease-prepared small interfering (si) RNAs – esiRNAs – guarantees silencing of your target with high efficacy and up to 100 times fewer off-targets than chemically synthesized single-sequence or pooled siRNAs. esiRNAs are well-established, cost-effective and simple tools to perform RNAi experiments, from single-gene knockdowns to genome-wide screens.
Use the most efficient and specific silencing triggers available in the market for your silencing experiment!
Browse our RNAi products, which are available individually for single targets or as genome-scale libraries for loss-of-function screens. Upon request, we analyze your target sequence for free with our proprietary algorithm DEQOR to identify the best silencer for you.
See how easy it is to find a silencing trigger for your gene!
The CRISPR/Cas9 system is the state-of-the-art molecular tool for genome engineering in a wide range of organisms. We are proud to introduce the esiCRISPR product line with cutting-edge reagents for your CRISPR/Cas9 experiment:
Make your CRISPR/Cas9 experiment fly with esiCRISPR!
Eupheria esiRNAs helped in discovering a new modulator of PD-L1, an immune checkpoint protein.
The full text is openly accessible at embopress.org
This article shows how esiRNAs can be successfully used in genome-scale RNAi screens.The whole story is openly accessible at nature.com.