Microinjecting CRISPR: Options and key considerations for creating transgenic animal models

Video   Oct 06, 2016

 

CRISPR is revolutionizing the life sciences. Genome editing using RNA-programmable nucleases opens up a wealth of experimental options. At the same time, it makes creating new cell and animal models faster, easier and cheaper than in the past. Consequently, researchers in areas as diverse as cell/developmental biology, genetics or clinical research are turning to CRISPR as their method of choice.

In this webinar, we will present experimental approaches and real-life examples for creating transgenic animal models using CRISPR. We will provide practical tips and recommendations with a focus on the mouse as the model organism. In addition, we will highlight key considerations for choosing the right micromanipulation instrumentation.

Key Learning Objectives:

-Learn about experimental options with CRISPR
-Receive practical tips and recommendations for creating animal models with CRISPR
-Understand key aspects of choosing the right microinjection equipment

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