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New: Evaluation of the Efficiency of Genome Editing Tools by a Frameshift Fluorescence Protein Reporter http://bio-protocol.org/e3622 This #method can be adapted to optimize the genome-editing enzyme or the other components of the machinery. #cancer @umiamimedicine @umiamihealth
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New: Generation, Analyzing and in-vivo Drug Treatment of Drosophila Models with IBMPFD http://bio-protocol.org/e3621 Includes assays to characterize disease pathology and dissect mechanism, and the consequences of in vivo feeding of VCP inhibitors. #neuroscience @dgsomucla @eLife
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New: Modeling NOTCH1 driven T-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in Mice http://bio-protocol.org/e3620 The #protocol can be easily modified to address the role of candidate genes in NOTCH1-driven T-ALL transformation, tumor initiation and tumor progression #cancer @Columbia @CD_AACR
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