CRISPR/Cas9 Webinar

A fast and reliable method for SNP and knockin screening

One of the most powerful applications of genome editing is the ability to introduce precise changes at any genomic locus of interest. However, the likelihood of success for this type of application is generally low, because it often relies on homology-directed repair that occurs at relatively low frequency. In this webinar, you will learn about a new method for identifying precise edits at any locus, either in mixed, edited cell populations or in single clones.

The webinar covers the following topics:

  • Engineering single nucleotide substitutions – methods and implications for disease modeling
  • Introduction to the Guide-it™ Knockin Screening Kit for the identification of edits ranging from single nucleotide substitutions to longer insertions
  • Application data: Detection of homozygous and heterozygous SNPs in bulk populations and clonal human iPS cell lines
  • Application data: Detection of precise insertions in the context of endogenous gene tagging
Dr. Cornelia Hampe


Dr. Cornelia Hampe
Senior Product Manager Gene Function & Delivery
Takara Bio Europe