Takara: Editing Human iPSCs with CRISPR-Cas9 and Single-Cell Cloning

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The Scientist Creative Services Team
Feb 21, 2018
Got five miniutes? You've got time to learn how to edit hiPSCs!

The workflow for editing human iPSCs via CRISPR-Cas9 targeted single-cell cloning can seem daunting. We've broken down the protocol into a quick, easy-to-understand format that will restore your confidence. Follow along, and then bring your newfound knowledge into the lab. You'll have edited hiPSCs in no time! To learn more, visit Takara here.

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