CRISPR Articles

Role of stem cells in the establishment of organoids and potential application of this model in cancer research

In nature, cells reside in tissues subject to complex cell-cell interactions, signals from extracellular molecules and niche soluble and mechanical signalling. These microenvironment interactions are responsible for cellular phenotypes and functions, especially in...

Some recent developments on gastric organoid research and gastric epithelial organoid culture recipe

The Gastric Organoids Challenges in research on human stomach and gastric cancer Opportunities on organoid technology in scientific research Application of gastric organoids in research Example on limitation of current organoid research Some future trends on...

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...