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Addgene Newsletter, March 2015
Addgene moves to 75 Sidney Street, Cambridge, MA (US)
New Addgene Space, CRISPR Resources, and More

Addgene has taken spring cleaning seriously this year - we've cleaned out our Kendall Square space and are happily settling into a new, larger, brighter space to help us accommodate our growing collection!   
To help you get settled into spring, read our newest Hot Plasmids, CRISPR resources, curated Tet inducible expression plasmid collection, and more!

 ~The Addgene Team

New CRISPR Resources: Tips & Video Protocol


As more information on the use of CRISPR systems becomes available, we continue to update our genome engineering 

resources to help you get practical information that you can take back to your lab bench.  


We've launched our new CRISPR 101 Blog Series and added to our curated CRISPR resource pages - including a video protocol from the Bauer lab and tips for planning your first CRISPR experiment.



> Watch the CRISPR Video for Making Genomic Deletions


> Get Tips for Planning Your CRISPR Experiment


> Read the CRISPRs 101 Post: Homology Directed Repair 


Hot Plasmids & Papers 
  •   Light-Inducible    CRISPR-Cas9 System 
  •  Multi-Bit                Genetic Memory
  • Bioluminescent Sensors
  • Photoswitchable Tools for Cell Event Control
  • And More...

>See All the Hot Plasmids

Tetracycline Inducible Expression Resource


Tetracycline (Tet) inducible expression systems allow researchers to use the antibiotic tetracycline (or its analogs)
to control gene expression.
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We have curated a helpful resource to help you choose the tet plasmids for your experiments. 

We've Moved!
As our collection has increased, so has our need for more space.

After a lot of searching, planning, and packing, we officially moved into our bright new space on March 16, 2015! 

So update your address books and deposit notes with our new address:

75 Sidney Street
Suite 550A
Cambridge, MA 02139 USA 
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Addgene Visits DSHB

Recently Addgene visited the DSHB (Developmental Studies Hybridoma Bank) at the University of Iowa.  


The DSHB banks and distributes monoclonal antibodies to enable basic research. David Soll, the DSHB Director, contributed some information to our blog about the DSHB functions and mission. 


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