Prime editing for functional repair in patient-derived disease models
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Prime editing is a novel genome editing technology using fusion proteins of Cas9-nickase and reverse transcriptase, that holds promise to correct a wide variety of genetic defects. We succeeded in efficient prime editing and functional recovery of disease-causing mutations in patient-derived liver and intestinal stem cell organoids. Whole genome sequencing of did not detect off-target mutations or a mutational signature induced by prime editing.
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We performed whole genome sequencing to detect possible off-target mutations induced by prime editing. Liver organoids, derived from a healthy control, were transfected with either control (GFP) plasmids or prime editing plasmids (GFP+PE2+pegRNA+nickRNA) to induce a 6-bp deletion in CTNNB1. One control and two prime-edited organoid lines were clonally expanded from single cells. High-throughput sequencing was performed on the complete genomic DNA isolated from these clonal lines, as well as the ... (Show More)
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