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November 01, 2016
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GenomeWeb/ABRF 2016 Webinar Series: Tools and Trends for CRISPR/Cas9 Editing in Mammalian Cells

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This webinar outlines new strategies for genome editing in mammalian cells using CRISPR/Cas9, with talks focused on point mutation repair in human cell lines and the design of knock-in animal models.

During this webcast,Dr. Eric Kmiec discusses a new approach to the correction of point mutations using single-stranded oligonucleotides and a partially synthetic form of CRISPR/ Cas9, a ribonucleotideprotein (RNP) complex. The experimental design, including the process of RNP assembly and the workflow, will be presented.

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