CRISPR Mouse - Deletion RMA cells Trh4

The RNA-guided CRISPR-Cas9 nuclease system has revolutionized the genome editing practices. For the most part, the Cas9-mediated genome editing is performed either via nonhomologous end joining (NHEJ) or homology-directed repair (HDR) in mammalian cells, However, designing of specific sgRNAs and minimizing off-target cleavage mediated mutagenesis are the major challenges in CRISPR-Cas based genome editing. To circumvent these issues, we can take advantages of many available tools and approaches for sgRNA construction and delivery.

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1 year ago by Mario Udinese Italy

Floxing mice with CRISPR

Hi everyone! I am planning on floxing mice with CRISPR but I am having trouble deciding which region to target. Do you have any tips on choosing?

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2 years ago by Ben Saar Israel

How to choose a region to target for CRISPR

Hi everyone! I am planning on floxing mice with CRISPR but I am having trouble deciding which region to target. Do you have any tips on choosing?

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gRNA_Cloning Vector + Lipofectamine® 2000 Transfection Reagent

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For goldengate reaction, there is a low and a high concentration mixture available for T4 ligase. For single inserts, the low concentration is just fine, but the follow-up article on golden gate cloning (PMID: 19436741) found that the high-concentration T4 was better for multiple insert cloning.
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