Direct intra-nuclear CRISPR delivery
A solution to CRISPR’s delivery challenges.
Higher delivery & HDR efficiency
All CRISPR components are delivered simultaneously and at the right concentration directly into the nucleus. For any cargo & cell type, maintaining high cell viability and paving the way to large genomic editing.
Optimize off-target effects
As the quantity of injected copies can be calculated, dose/response relationships can be investigated and thus off-target mutations minimized.
Easy multiplex & stack editing
A FluidFM nanosyringe can be loaded with 100's of different gRNAs. Biology is the limit.
Inject different cocktails at different time points: >95% of cells survive the injection procedure.
Direct delivery with a simple mouse click.
Automated and reproducible injection process with an intuitive user interface.
Shorter cell line development times
Generate multiple KO clones in two weeks. Monoclonality guaranteed.
1. Injection of multiple gRNAs&Cas9
A fluorescent marker is co-injected into CHO cells to verify successful delivery.
Multiple gRNAs are simultaneously delivered
Injection process maintains >95% viability
2. Isolation of the clone candidate
Selected cells are isolated into separate wells.
Monoclonality proof: visual confirmation of the deposition of a single cell
Isolation process maintains >95% viability
3. Clone expansion and analysis
Monoclonal colonies are expanded and the DNA sequenced. 50% of the colonies show a mutation in all the targeted loci.
Extreme reduction in complexity and development time of modified cell lines starting from few nano-injected cells
Successful transfection of primary neurons with plasmids
With our system, even primary neurons can be transfected successfully and highly efficiently. The FluidFM nanosyringe directly delivers the complexes into primary neurons - gently and autonomously.
Conventional delivery methods applied to neurons are often inefficient, expensive and toxic to the neuron.
GFP expression in neurons 24h after nano-injection of plasmids in a mouse primary neuron. Courtesy of Jinan University Guangzhou, China.
Transient expression of target proteins with mRNA
Human Dermal Fibroblast injected with GFP mRNA. 70% of injected cells expressed GFP 24h after injection.
Human dermal fibroblast expressing GFP, 24h after injection.
Transient mRNA transfection helps to give fundamental insights on protein functions at a single cell level, such as protein expression and intercellular communication.
mRNA transfection using FluidFM nano-injection results in:
Higher transfection efficiency
Lower cell toxicity