Inscripta’s application note details the generation of precision-engineered E. coli populations and analysis of pooled growth selection in the presence of inhibitory compounds
The promise of CRISPR editing will not be realized without meaningful innovation in scalability, efficiency and access.
Gene editing using the MAD7™nuclease has been demonstrated in both E. coli and yeast organisms, and now in mammalian cells.
Here we describe the MAD7 nuclease, a system that targets TTTN PAMs and shows both cutting and editing activity in E. coli and S. cerevisiae.
To address the need for an expanded range of nucleic acid-directed endonucleases, Inscripta™ is developing new classes of RNA-guided…