Base Editing Resources
Protocols, articles, FAQs and more
Base editing is a novel approach, developed in the Liu lab, that directly converts a target base pair to another base pair, without inducing double-stranded DNA cleavage. By circumventing the need to induce a DNA break, these base editors boast a more precise and efficient mechanism of action than traditional genome editing agents. Furthermore, these editors have tremendous therapeutic applications for human genetic diseases.
Some base editing publications featured below.