The origin of fishfingers: CRISPR/Cas9 in the study of evolutionary and developmental biology

November 28, 2016

CRISPR-Cas9 is a powerful study in the fields of developmental and evolutionary biology. Recent studies on fish, butterflies, and crustaceans are great examples on how this technique can be used to understand gene function by inactivating one or multiple genes. Learn more at: Publication Links: PMID: 27533041 | Nakamura, et al. (2016): PMID: 27383790 | Perry, et al. (2016): PMID: 26687626 | Martin, et al. (2016): The Science Mondays (SciMon) series is brought to you by Illumina Illumina hosts Irene Predazzi, Sr Scientific Liaison of Scientific Affairs, and Jacques Retief, Associate Director of Scientific Affairs, give you a quick report on breaking news. A global genomics leader, Illumina provides comprehensive next-generation sequencing solutions to the research, clinical, and applied markets. Illumina technology is responsible for generating more than 90% of the world’s sequencing data.* Through collaborative innovation, Illumina is fueling groundbreaking advancements in oncology, reproductive health, genetic disease, microbiology, agriculture, forensic science, and beyond. *Data calculations on file. Illumina, Inc., 2015. Subscribe to the Illumina video channel View customer spotlight videos View Illumina webinars View Illumina product videos View Illumina support videos

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