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How to Design a CRISPR Experiment and Start Genome Editing

13:16 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | Bitesize Bio

CRISPR and the CRISPR Associated system (Cas) are powerful gene editing technologies. Originally identified and characterized in bacteria, the endogenous CRISPR systems act as an RNA-based defense mechanism against invading phage DNA. CRISPR cas9 gene editing was adapted for genome editing in 2013 and has since been exploited for its ability to generate targeted double-stranded DNA…

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