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Direct capture of CRISPR guides enables scalable, multiplexed, and multi-omic Perturb-seq
Joseph M Replogle,
Thomas M Norman,
Elliott J Meer,
Jessica M Terry,
Tarjei S. Mikkelsen,
Jonathan S Weissman,
Posted 21 Dec 2018
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/503367
Posted 21 Dec 2018
Pairing CRISPR-based genetic screens with single-cell transcriptional phenotypes (Perturb-seq) has advanced efforts to explore the function of mammalian genes and genetic networks. We present strategies for Perturb-seq that enable direct capture of CRISPR sgRNAs within 3' or 5' single-cell RNA-sequencing libraries using the 10x Genomics platform. This technology greatly expands the accessibility, scalability, and flexibility of Perturb-seq, specifically enabling use with programmed combinatorial perturbations and multiplexing with multi-omic measurements.
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