Genome editing website offers guidance
Genome editing support website
Horizon Discovery has launched www.rAAVers.org, a site dedicated to supporting scientists working with rAAV-mediated genome editing technology
The website provides a resource for groups working with or wishing to establish rAAV-mediated genome editing technology in-house, and gives access to over 15 years of academic research on rAAV-mediated genome editing.
Users can search the latest information on rAAV gene editing, including a library of rAAV-related articles.
The site also gives scientists contact with a community of academic researchers using rAAV, both from Horizon and members of Horizon's rAAV Center of Excellence (CoE) groups.
Dr Rob Howes, Principal Scientist, Horizon, said: "This is the first site dedicated to rAAV genome editing and brings together all of the current knowledge into one place.
The purpose of this website is to support scientists working with rAAV-mediated genome editing, providing a virtual meeting point where academics from around the world can exchange ideas and information.
Using this resource we aim to rapidly expand the number of groups using rAAV genome editing to create isogenic cell lines."
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