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Genome Editing: Applications For GeneCopoeia CRISPR sgRNA Libraries

  Ed Davis, Ph.D. Biomedical researchers are enjoying a Renaissance in functional genomics, which aims to use a wealth of DNA sequence information—most notably, the complete sequence of the human genome—to determine the natural roles of the genes encoded by the genome. As a result, biochemical networks and pathways will be better understood, with the hope of leading to improved disease treatments. A major approach of functional genomics is to ablate gene function, by either “knockdown” (reduction) or “knockout” (complete eli......
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