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CRISPR Virtual Event 2022

Labroots Virtual Event

November 02, 2022, at 9:00 AM ET

The Labroots CRISPR Virtual Event provides a valuable platform for researchers around the world to collaborate on CRISPR genome-editing technology and its application in drug discovery. At this virtual event, we will showcase our our collection of CRISPR/Cas9 gene-edited isogenic cell lines, EMT reporter cell lines, and luciferase-labeled cell lines.

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Cell line engineering

Gene-editing technologies like CRISPR work by making a double stranded break in the DNA of the gene you want to edit. The cell then tries to repair that damage and during that repair process the gene sequence at that location can be changed. The main challenges are directing the cutting enzymes (nucleases) to the right sequence (specificity), getting the nucleases to cut at that location a high percentage of the time (cutting efficiency), and directing the cell to repair the DNA using the desired new gene sequence (edit efficiency). Learn more about this fascinating technology and explore other technologies used for gene editing.

Learn more about gene-editing technologies

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