CorEuStem webinar 1: Introduction into Crispr/Cas9 technology

CorEuStem webinar 1: Introduction into Crispr/Cas9 technology

The first webinar of CorEuStem Working Group 2 (CONSOLIDATED AND EMERGING GENE EDITING TECHNOLOGIES) will take place online next May 19th at 11 am CET.

Please use the following link to register for the Webinar 1 (https://lu-se.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5YrfumrpjgrGdxVH3UNjaFiBCmHy6-sPMnf).

The webinar will address the following topics:

  • General introduction about the evolution of genome engineering
  • Focus on Crispr 9 and Crispr 12
  • Shuttle systems for delivery
  • HDR vs NHEJ Repair
  • Crispr 9 based toolbox (nCAS9, Crispr I/A)
  • Crispr Screens
  • General overview of a typical Cas9 editing workflow
  • Aspects of quality control after editing
  • Q&A Session

We are looking forward to host our first webinar and hope that we will have a fruitful discussion afterwards!

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