IP Rights and Licenses

Taconic generates and distributes genetically engineered mouse and rat models for its clients using both proprietary technologies and technology licenses granted by the multiple Licensors. The custom model generated by Taconic belongs to you, the client, and Taconic does not retain follow on rights to its use. You can freely publish the results obtained with your model.
Licensor Technology Description
Benitec (assigned to Sigma-Aldrich) Generation genetically engineered mice and rats using shRNA
The Broad Institute, Inc. Gene Editing in mice and rats using CRISPR/Cas9
Cellectis S.A. Generation of knock in mice using homologous recombination
Le Centre Européen de Recherche en Biologie et en Médecine (“CERBM”) Inducible deletion of conditional knock outs in Cre-ER (T&T2) mouse lines (Tamoxifen induction)
European Molecular Biology Laboratory (“EMBL”) Generation of genetically engineered mice and rats using SSR Fusion Protein likeCreER gene switch
European Molecular Biology Laboratory (“EMBL”) ET cloning for generation of vectors and use of these vectors to generate mouse models
Evrogen IP JSC Genetically engineered mice and rats expressing mKate2 fluorescent protein
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Generation of genetically engineered mice expressing a gene from a ubiquitous locus
GE Healthcare UK Ltd Generation of genetically engineered mice and rats containing mutant green fluorescent proteins
genOway S.A. Generation of genetically engineered mice using recombinase mediated cassette exchange (RMCE)
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies Use of Flp/frt recombinases to make ES cells
TET Systems GmbH & Co.KG Tetracycline regulated gene expression in eukaryotes
The Regents of the University of California Generation of genetically engineered mice using the bacteriophage phiC31 recombination system
University Court of the University of Edinburgh Generation of genetically engineered mice using Recombinase Mediated Genomic Replacement (RMGR)