Article: Common CRISPR pitfalls and how to avoid them
This article explains how to plan a gene-editing experiment. How to choose your biological system and what reagents to get for your experimental aim.
With rapidly increasing amounts of information, various reagent formats, and numerous applications, where does one start when planning a gene-editing experiment? What do you need to think about when choosing your biological system? What reagents are suitable for your experimental aim and constraints?
In this article we discuss some points, that when considered in advance, will make your CRISPR-based gene editing experiments more successful.
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