Genome Editing and gene Regulation

CRISPR stands for short palindromic repeats regularly interspaced, which are the hallmark of a bacterial defence system that forms the basis for the genome editing technology CRISPR-Cas9. The term "CRISPR" or "CRISPR-Cas9" in the field of genome It is frequently used loosely to refer  the different CRISPR-Cas9 and -CPF1 (and other) systems that can be programmed to target specific genetic code stretches and edit DNA at precise locations, as well as for other purposes, such as new diagnostic instruments. With these systems, researchers can permanently modify genes in living cells and organisms and in the future enable mutations to be corrected at specific locations in the human genome to treat genetic causes of disease. Certain methods, such as CRISPR-Cas13's, which target RNA offers alternate avenues for use. And unique features that have been leveraged for sensitive diagnostic tools, such as SHERLOCK, are now available.

 

  • Crispr technologies
  • Plant genome editing
  • Germline genome editing

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