The Scientist’s Journal Club: Detecting Nucleic Acids with CRISPR


LIVE Journal Club Webinar

Monday, December 11th, 2023

2:30- 3:00 PM Eastern Time

Elucidating the Role of CRISPR/Cas in Single-Step Isothermal Nucleic Acid Amplification Testing Assays

Adding CRISPR-Cas to isothermal amplification assays is an intriguing way to improve nucleic acid detection for research and diagnostics. Quicker and easier than PCR-based methods, these modern molecular detection tools are particularly effective for cancer, infectious disease, and genetic disease screening. Many combination assays require two steps—nucleic acid amplification followed by CRISPR targeting—but combining the processes into a single step could result in a more accurate and efficient assay. 

In this Journal Club, Kuangwen Hsieh will present his recent work testing several single step isothermal amplification and CRISPR-Cas assays for nucleic acid detection.

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Hseih

Kuangwen Hsieh, PhD
Assistant Research Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Whiting School of Engineering
Johns Hopkins University

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