High-throughput CRISPR Vector Construction Using Tomato Hairy Roots

by | Apr 3, 2016

53843fig3 High-throughput CRISPR Vector Construction and Characterization of DNA Modifications by Generation of Tomato Hairy Roots

Postdoctoral researcher Thomas Jacobs from Greg Martin’s lab, uses tomato hairy roots to demonstrate how multiple CRISPR vectors can be constructed in parallel in a single cloning reaction.

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