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Deletions, inversions, duplications: engineering of structural variants using CRISPR/Cas in mice

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Title:Deletions, inversions, duplications: engineering of structural variants using CRISPR/Cas in mice
Creators Name:Kraft, K. and Geuer, S. and Will, A.J. and Chan, W.L. and Paliou, C. and Borschiwer, M. and Harabula, I. and Wittler, L. and Franke, M. and Ibrahim, D.M. and Kragesteen, B.K. and Spielmann, M. and Mundlos, S. and Lupiáñez, D.G. and Andrey, G.
Abstract:Structural variations (SVs) contribute to the variability of our genome and are often associated with disease. Their study in model systems was hampered until now by labor-intensive genetic targeting procedures and multiple mouse crossing steps. Here we present the use of CRISPR/Cas for the fast (10 weeks) and efficient generation of SVs in mice. We specifically produced deletions, inversions, and also duplications at six different genomic loci ranging from 1.1 kb to 1.6 Mb with efficiencies up to 42%. After PCR-based selection, clones were successfully used to create mice via aggregation. To test the practicability of the method, we reproduced a human 500 kb disease-associated deletion and were able to recapitulate the human phenotype in mice. Furthermore, we evaluated the regulatory potential of a large genomic interval by deleting a 1.5 Mb fragment. The method presented permits rapid in vivo modeling of genomic rearrangements.
Source:Cell Reports
ISSN:2211-1247
Publisher:Cell Press / Elsevier (U.S.A.)
Volume:10
Number:5
Page Range:833-839
Date:10 February 2015
Official Publication:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.celrep.2015.01.016
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