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January 2022

Volume 298Issue 1
Open Access
To speed discoveries in adipose tissue biology, Romanelli et al. developed brown adipocyte CRISPR (BAd-CRISPR) to inducibly knockout single or multiple genes in brown adipose tissue of adult mice. With BAd-CRISPR, an adeno-associated virus expressing a single guide RNA is administered directly to interscapular fat of mice expressing Cas9 in brown adipocytes. For details, see the article by Romanelli et al., 101402....
To speed discoveries in adipose tissue biology, Romanelli et al. developed brown adipocyte CRISPR (BAd-CRISPR) to inducibly knockout single or multiple genes in brown adipose tissue of adult mice. With BAd-CRISPR, an adeno-associated virus expressing a single guide RNA is administered directly to interscapular fat of mice expressing Cas9 in brown adipocytes. For details, see the article by Romanelli et al., 101402.
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