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Genome Editing: How to Use CRISPR

 Ed Davis PhD
  21st-Nov-2017
Description: Recommended! By default, sgRNA targets are designed using the NCBI reference sequence. A polymorphism could decrease or eliminate CRISPR activity.
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Domain: Medical
Category: Equipment
Contributing Organization: GeneCopoeia, Inc.
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SEMICONDUCTOR ANALYTICS
Contents:
Genome Editing: How
Do I Use CRISPR?
Presenter:
February 22, 2017

Ed Davis, Ph.D.
Senior Application Scientist
GeneCopoeia, Inc.

Goals of this presentation
 Show

steps to take after receiving
genome editing plasmids from
GeneCopoeia

Q

&A

GeneCopoeia products & services
Functional Genomics & Cell Biology

Viral
systems

Clones

Kits &
reagents

ORF

Lentivirus

Transfection
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