A Novel Vector System for Rapid Development of Knock-in Cell Lines With CRISPR

A Novel Vector System for Rapid Development of Knock-in Cell Lines With CRISPR

07/15/2020, 3:15 PM - 4:00 PM

Innovation Stage, Booth 1281, Exhibit Hall
While CRISPR/Cas9 greatly facilitates gene editing, its use for tagging endogenous proteins via reporter gene knock-in remains constrained because the process is tedious and time-consuming. Here we describe a homologous recombination system (FAST-HDR) that, in combination with CRISPR/Cas9, makes this process far more efficient. We developed advanced cell lines with as many three fluorescently tagged endogenous proteins, permitting longitudinal high-content phenotype- or target-based drug screening and obviating the need for fixation, staining, and immunofluorescence. Thus, the FAST-HDR system can be used for developing enhanced cell-based models for drug discovery and other biologic research.


  • Oscar Perez-Leal, MD


    Assistant Professor

    Temple University School of Pharmacy

    Dr. Perez is an Assistant Professor in the Pharmaceutical Sciences Department of the School of Pharmacy at Temple University. Dr. Perez's expertise...

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