BLISS: quantitative and versatile genome-wide profiling of DNA breaks in situ
Winston X Yan,
Martin W. Schneider,
Posted 04 Dec 2016
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/091629
Posted 04 Dec 2016
We present a method for genome-wide DNA double-strand Breaks (DSBs) Labeling In Situ and Sequencing (BLISS) which, compared to existing methods, introduces several key features: 1) high efficiency and low input requirement by in situ DSB labeling in cells or tissue sections directly on a solid surface; 2) easy scalability by performing in situ reactions in multi-well plates; 3) high sensitivity by linearly amplifying tagged DSBs using in vitro transcription; and 4) accurate DSB quantification and control of PCR biases by using unique molecular identifiers. We demonstrate the ability to use BLISS to quantify natural and drug-induced DSBs in low-input samples of cancer cells, primary mouse embryonic stem cells, and mouse liver tissue sections. Finally, we applied BLISS to compare the specificity of CRISPR-associated RNA-guided endonucleases Cas9 and Cpf1, and found that Cpf1 has higher specificity than Cas9. These results establish BLISS as a versatile, sensitive, and efficient method for genome- wide DSB mapping in many applications.
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