Utilization of CELL PICKER and MCE-202 MultiNA in the field of genome editing

The use of genome editing technology has spread rapidly since the introduction of CRISPR/Cas9 and is expected to advance research in a broad range of fields, such as animal breeding and healthcare. Genetic modification methods based on genome editing offer dramatically higher modification efficiency than previous methods that depended on natural random recombinations.
This article describes an example of the use of Shimadzu CELL PICKER and MCE-202 MultiNA systems within the workflow for cloning a target group of cells modified with gene editing.

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Liquid Chromatography, Life Science Lab Instruments
Genome editing, genetic modification, cell, cloning, automation, electrophoresis, Pharmaceutical, Life Science, CELL PICKER
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