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Another two-part webinar featuring a collaboration with Bioneer. Benjamin gives specific recommendations for planning a successful gene editing strategy in "Ten things you should think of when designing a good gene editing strategy". Then, Peter provides advice for subsequent validation of your edits in "How to ensure your gene editing validation accounts for larger unintended rearrangements."
A two-part webinar discussing unanticipated alterations happening after gene editing and ways to detect and characterize expected and unexpected outcomes. In "Fast and sensitive detection of indels induced by precise gene targeting", Paul surveys the pros and cons of current InDel detection methods and how to choose the one that is fit for purpose. Keyi describes her detective work in uncovering and fully characterizing unexpected outcomes of a gene editing strategy in "Where did the target region go? Unravelling odd CRISPR/Cas9-induced genomic alterations in human cells."
Talk by PETER MOURITZEN, Vice President Application and Market Development, Samplix, at Genome Editing 2021 Virtual.
• Methods commonly used to validate genome editing may fail to detect unintended modifications occuring during editing with considerable ramifications for results.
• By enriching long DNA fragments over and around the region of interest, the Xdrop® indirect sequence capture provided by Samplix® offers a novel high-resolution alternative validation.
• Show case: Xdrop-based validation reveals an unwanted alteration in an engineered human cell line.
Talk by ALEX KHITUN, Postdoctoral Researcher at Harvard Medical School
Talk by PETER MOURITZEN, VP Application & Market Development at Samplix
Talk by TOM CUNNINGHAM, Senior Investigator Scientist at MRC Harwell
Talk by MARZIA ROSSATO, Researcher in Genetics, University of Verona, at the NextGen Omics conference 2020.
• The analysis of long DNA fragments provides consistent benefits in the characterization of clinically-relevant regions with challenging features, such as tandem repeats, structural variants, and high CG-content
• The Xdrop indirect sequence capture provided by Samplix® represents a flexible approach to enrich for long DNA fragments of interest and sequence them using either short or long reads
• Show case: Xdrop can be efficiently applied for the analysis of SNV, tandem repeat length and interruption in genes underlying neurological disorders
Talk by PETER MOURITZEN, Vice President Application and Market Development, Samplix, at NextGen Omics conference 2020
The Xdrop concept of Indirect Sequence Capture allows on-target analysis of 40 kb or more of the genomic region surrounding gene editing sites
• Case study: Detection of unintended on-target editing in a set of IPS cell lines
• Additional strategies for targeted enrichment to analyse for CRISPR on- and off- target events, CRISPR knock-in and other transgene integration patterns
PART 1 (01:30): Tackling Disease-Related Repeat-Expansion Analysis - Dr. Marzia Rossato, Researcher, Functional Genomic Lab, University of Verona, Italy
PART 2 (20:44): Validation of CRISPR in a 100 kb Region Surrounding the Editing Site - Dr. Peter Mouritzen, Application Development Services, Samplix, Denmark
PART 3 (37:50): The Launch of a Grant Program and Q&A
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