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Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats and CRISPR-associated proteins (CRISPR-Cas) has revolutionized genome editing and has great potential for many applications, such as correcting human genetic disorders. To increase the safety of genome editing applications, CRISPR-Cas may benefit from strict control over Cas enzyme activity....
CRISPR-Cas has revolutionized genome editing and has a great potential for applications, such as correcting human genetic disorders. To increase the safety of genome editing applications, CRISPR-Cas may benefit from strict control over Cas enzyme activity. Previously, anti-CRISPR proteins and designed oligonucleotides have been proposed to modulate...
Genome editing has recently made a revolutionary development with the introduction of the CRISPR-Cas technology. The programmable CRISPR-associated Cas9 and Cas12a nucleases generate specific dsDNA breaks in the genome, after which host DNA-repair mechanisms can be manipulated to implement the desired editing. Despite this spectacular progress, the...
Discovered as an adaptive immune system of prokaryotes, CRISPR–Cas provides many promising applications. DNA-cleaving Cas enzymes like Cas9 and Cas12a, are of great interest for genome editing. The specificity of these DNA nucleases is determined by RNA guides, providing great targeting adaptability. Besides this general method of programmable DNA...
Quantifying DNA cleavage by CRISPR-Cas nucleases is usually done by separating the cleaved products from the non-cleaved target by agarose gel electrophoresis. We devised a method that eliminates the quantification from band intensity on agarose gel, and uses a target with a fluorescent dye on the one end and a biotin on the other. Cleavage of the...