Efficient, Continuous Mutagenesis in Human Cells Using a Pseudo-Random DNA Editor
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CitationChen, Haiqi, Sophia Liu, Samuel Padula, Daniel Lesman, Kettner Griswold, Allen Lin, Tongtong Zhao, Jamie L. Marshall, and Fei Chen. 2020. “Efficient, Continuous Mutagenesis in Human Cells Using a Pseudo-Random DNA Editor.” Nature Biotechnology 38 (2): 165–68.
AbstractHere, we describe TRACE, a method that enables continuous, targeted mutagenesis in human cells using a cytidine deaminase fused to T7 RNA polymerase. TRACE induces high rates of mutagenesis over multiple cell generations in genes under the control of a T7 promoter integrated in the genome. Using TRACE in a MEK1 inhibitor resistance screen, we identified functionally correlated mutations.
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