PIT00328 Мультиплексная CRISPR система

Исследования CRISPR/Cas9 системы (см PIT00311 и ссылки там) пополнились мультиплексной системой, позволяющих редактировать сразу несколько генов.

Исследования сосредоточены на тонкой настройки CRISPR/cas9 системы для новой платформы. Приводом яаляется многоступенчатая стратегия последовательного включения одноцепочечных sgRNA кассет в одну плазмиду. Литература приведена в конце поста. Чтобы понимать работу CRISPR системы, посмотрим на рисунки с подписями, которые заимствованы из поста Emily Carlson 17/12/2015 How the CRISPR System Works

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The CRISPR system has two components joined together
• a finely tuned targeting device (a small strand of RNA programmed to look for a specific DNA sequence)
• and a strong cutting device (an enzyme called Cas9 that can cut through a double strand of DNA).

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Once inserted into a cell, the CRISPR machine locates the target DNA sequence. CRISPR’s RNA recognizes and binds to the target DNA (circled in black).

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The Cas9 enzyme cuts both strands of the DNA.

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Researchers can introduce new genetic material, which the cell automatically incorporates into the gap when it repairs the broken DNA.

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Among its many possible applications, the CRISPR system could be used to
• Add a new gene that enables the organism to produce a pharmaceutical product (a biotechnology technique).
• Help treat genetic diseases.
• Create tailor-made model organisms to study human diseases.
• Help produce replacements for damaged or diseased tissues and organs.


Cao, J., et al. “An easy and efficient inducible CRISPR/Cas9 platform with improved specificity for multiple gene targeting,” Nucleic Acids Research, 2016, DOI 10.1093/nar/gkw660.

Dow, L., et al., “Inducible in vivo genome editing with CRISPR-Cas9,” Nature Biotechnology, 2015, doi 10.1038/nbt.3155.

Kabadi, A., et al., “Multiplex CRISPR/Cas9-based genome engineering from a single lentiviral vector,” Nucleic Acids Research, 2014, DOI 10.1093/nar/gku749.

Vidigal, J. and Ventura, A. “Rapid and efficient one-step generation of paired gRNA CRISPR-Cas9 libraries,” Nature Communications, 2015, DOI 10.1038/ncomms9083.

Peter Belobrov 15 Sep 2016 12:30
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