While CRISPR-based gene knock out in mammalian cells has proven to be very efficient, precise insertion of genetic elements via the cellular homology directed repair (HDR) pathway remains a rate-limiting step to seamless genome editing. Under the conditions described here, we achieved up to 56% targeted integration efficiency with up to a six-nucleotide insertion in HEK293 cells. In induced pluripotent...
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