Using Zebrafish for Rapid Genetic Analysis

The introduction of engineered site-specific DNA endonucleases has brought precise genome editing in many model organisms into the realm of possibility.

Thanks to precise and efficient genome editing in zebrafish using the CRISPR/Cas9 system, scientists at NemaMetrix are using zebrafish for rapid genetic analysis. Utilizing morphants and crispants you can:

  • Knock down the gene quickly
  • See the gene function in a different way
  • Validate the gene target
  • Generate date more quickly
  • Perform chemical screening in high-throughput
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Hannah Huston

Hannah is the Marketing Manager at InVivo Biosystems. She received her Bachelor of Science in Science & Management specializing in Biotechnology from Scripps College in 2017. She has been with InVivo Biosystems since June of 2018. Outside of work Hannah coaches youth soccer and enjoys being active and outside with her dog, Siri.

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