CRISRP Articles

5 reasons why ribonucleoproteins are a better alternative to CRISPR plasmids

Dr. Brittany Enzmann from Synthego has recently published an article discussing about why ribonucleoprotein (RNP) is a better alternative to CRISPR plasmids for CRISPR genome editing experiments. Below are highlights from the article:1. RNPs Reduce the Total...

How CRISPR editing is advancing cancer cell line research

Dr. Rebecca Roberts from Synthego has recently published an article discussing applications of CRISPR in cancer cell lines and how CRISPR editing is advancing cancer cell line research. The advent of CRISPR genome engineering technology has enabled many breakthroughs...

The mini lungs and other organoids helping to beat COVID

Nature has recently published a news article talking about how mini lungs and other organoids helping to beat COVID. The article describes how researchers have built mini lungs, guts, livers, brains, and more to study how SARS-CoV-2 infects organs.Organoid technology...

CRISPRoff: A New Technique for Light-Controlled CRISPR Gene Editing

CRISPR has ushered in an era of precision editing of the genome, enabling researchers to develop new therapies and biomedicines. While CRISPR applications are abundant, it bodes well to remember that this technique is less than a decade old. Therefore, researchers are...