Engineering Efficient CRISPR/Cas Delivery Systems




The CRISPR/Cas system is a powerful tool employed by scientists to edit disease-causing genes in vitro. The individual components of this system are composed of structural elements that pose a challenge for delivery to target cells. To overcome this barrier to entry, scientists have designed various viral and nonviral methods to improve the efficiency of CRISPR/Cas delivery.

Download this infographic from Drug Discovery News to learn about the various viral and nonviral methods that scientists use to efficiently deliver CRISPR/Cas to target cells.

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