Genome editing with CRISPR technology is a powerful method for manipulating the genetic material held inside a multitude of different cell types.
So what’s the big deal about synthetic RNA? Why should you be using it instead of plasmid-derived or in vitro transcribed (IVT) guides? And perhaps most importantly, how do you explain your reasoning to the PI in your lab?
Read on to find out the top five things you should be telling your PI (forward them this blog post and they’ll soon begin to come around to your way of thinking!).