Manchester GEU CRISPR Workshop 2019

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Michael Smith lecture theatre

Michael Smith building

Dover Street

Manchester

M13 9PT

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The Genome Editing unit (formerly Transgenic unit) is an expert core facility for researchers at the University of Manchester. We aim to integrate and apply the very latest technologies into our services, and to develop new methodologies for the local research community to ensure the University of Manchester is at the cutting edge of research. We offer a range of services to support your work, including generating transgenic mice and genetically modified cells through CRISPR-Cas9 based gene editing, as well as offering a number of molecular biology based services. We have recently added an R&D remit to help develop novel molecular tools and applications according to your needs.

Our annual symposium this year includes talks from members of the unit itself and from groups with whom we have worked closely, highlighting the breadth of support we can offer. We have also a guest speaker, Dr. Claus Jorgenson, from the CRUK Manchester Institute, to tell us about using CRISPR based functional screens to understand tumour-stomal interactions.

Lunch will be provided.

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Michael Smith lecture theatre

Michael Smith building

Dover Street

Manchester

M13 9PT

United Kingdom

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