Drosophila balancer reengineering using polycistronic gRNA for CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing

Leif Benner & Brian Oliver
A number of reagents have been generated for CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing in Drosophila (Gratz et al. 2014; Ren et al. 2013; Kondo and Ueda 2013; Port et al. 2014; Port and Bullock 2016). The ability to efficiently express multiple gRNAs from a single vector provides the advantage of creating multiple CRISPR/Cas9 alleles at a time. An elegant design has previously shown that gRNAs separated by tRNAs allow for genomic editing at multiple loci in Drosophila...
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