Gene Recombineering Facility

Elegant genome editing for Australian and international scientists

Contact

Ms. Jeanette Rientjes

03 9902 9730


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Post author: Jeanette Rientjes. Last update: 02/11/2015 at 11:28 am by Jeanette Rientjes.

Overview

We custom modify your genomic material from multiple organisms to create state of the art targeting and transgenic constructs. With over 13 thirteen years experience, we work with some of the top researchers and organisations in the world.

For us, every project is a partnership. We work with you to create the best possible intelligent research tools. We achieve that with unprecedented speed and accuracy. We quality check all our work and guarantee that upon delivery, it is ready for you to use immediately.

Custom-designed targeting and transgenic constructs, southern screening strategies and CRISPR technology are among some of the services we offer the international community.

Details

Benefits

The Director of the Gene Recombineering Facility, Jeanette Rientjes has worked 24 years in molecular biology, 13 dedicated to studying, developing and refining complex targeting and transgenic constructs. She was a member of the lab where the Red/ET cloning system was invented and was later the Foundation Lab Manager of Gene Bridges GmbH. Jeanette went on to establish the Gene Expression Core Facility at the EMBL and has been Head of the Gene Recombineering Facility for the last seven years.

The Facility will manage your project from design to creation of your DNA construct so that you can concentrate on your down stream work.

The Gene Recombineering Facility collaborates directly with the ES Cell Core and Transgenic Services, providing researchers with a complete package for making targeted or transgenic rodent animal models.

Access

If you would like to discuss your project with our experts, please contact us at:

+61 3 9902 9730

jeanette.rientjes@monash.edu

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People

Ms. Jeanette Rientjes

Ms. Jeanette Rientjes

Facility Director at Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute, .

Jeanette has worked 24 years in molecular biology, the last 13 years dedicated to studying and refining complex targeting and transgenic constructs. She was a member of the lab where the Red/ET system of invented and was later the Foundation Lab Manager of Gene Bridges. Jeanette founded the Gene Expression Core Facility at the EMBL and has been Head of the Gene Recombineering Facility for the last seven years.

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Ms. Susan Thomas

Ms. Susan Thomas

Facility Staff at Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute, .

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Services

CRISPR

Used for Genome editing.

Facility contact: Ms. Jeanette Rientjes | 03 9902 9730

Genetically modified BAC clones

Used for Transgenic animals.

Facility contact: Ms. Jeanette Rientjes | 03 9902 9730

Genotyping strategies

Used for Genotyping of genetically modified organism.

Facility contact: Ms. Jeanette Rientjes | 03 9902 9730

Southern Screening Strategies

Used for To screen whether a targeting construct has correctly integrated into the genome..

Facility contact: Ms. Jeanette Rientjes | 03 9902 9730

Targeting Constructs

Used for Targeting for ES cells and use in embryos in combination with CRISPR technology.

Facility contact: Ms. Jeanette Rientjes | 03 9902 9730

Transgenic constructs

Used for Generation of transgenic animals.

Facility contact: Ms. Jeanette Rientjes | 03 9902 9730

Location

Gene Recombineering Facility

Monash University, Clayton Campus. Level 2 / Building 75, Wellington Road, Clayton, Victoria, Australia.

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Type: Core facility in a research organisation
Discipline areas: Biological Science
Precinct: South east
Affiliations: Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute, Monash University

Biological Science categories: Animal models, Animal services, Bioresources, DNA Sequencing, Fish, Genomics, Genotyping, Mouse, Rat, Transgenic and Knock-out production