Site-Specific Nucleases in Next-Generation Genome Editing

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2013/07/12 13:00 | Med. 30-60 min | English | (GMT-4:00) Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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This webinar presents recent developments in site-specific nucleases that allow more precise and efficient genome editing.  Blair Madison  gives an overview of each site-specific nuclease's pros and cons, and describes the effects of using then with PiggyBac™ technology  to edit individual nucleotides.

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Blair Madison, PhD

Blair Madison is a research associate at the University of Pennsylvania.

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