How a mini CRISPR Cas9 system is revolutionizing gene therapy!

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abm now carries saCas9:
➜ proteins: https://goo.gl/xgSd4R
➜ vectors/viruses: https://goo.gl/yoJ2qc

CRISPR saCas9: It's the greatness of spCas9 "miniaturized"!
➜ Dear fellow gene editing enthusiasts, thanks for following our Molecular Minutes series--we hope you've had many gene editing adventures since! Have you heard of saCas9? It's a newly discovered nuclease that could change the game for CRISPR-based gene therapy. This "little" nuclease is small enough to fit into an adeno-associated virus and has already been busy editing the genomes of living organisms. Exciting, right? Watch our video to learn more about this CRISPR Cas9 system!

For more info on the CRISPR Cas9 system, including the spCas9 and saCas9 nucleases, please visit:
➜ Our Knowledge Base: https://goo.gl/df55ap
➜ All CRISPR Resources: https://info.abmgood.com/crispr

Check out our other video series:
➜ Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) - An Introduction: https://youtu.be/matsiHSuoOw
➜ CRISPR Cas9: https://youtu.be/1aJxXWkE3Ek?list=PLTt9kKfqE_0Ei8_rQsrfm01-zQtABTn0Z
➜ Adeno Associated Virus: https://youtu.be/hYHbfQe5h-Q?list=PLTt9kKfqE_0HfXQMX9RPgbcmSWMqVtlBf
➜ Cell Culture: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTt9kKfqE_0HZg-0pqGKk9Pr-mc_Gi4WX

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