Presented at the VISCEA Plant Genome Editing and Genome Engineering Conference, Vienna, Austria
Genome editing techniques such as the CRISPR/Cas9 system are transforming molecular biology and equipping scientists with the ability to precisely modify the DNA of virtually any organism. Industries from biopharmaceutical to industrial biotech to food and beverage are utilizing this RNA-guided nuclease based approach for its versatility, ease of use, reliability, and efficiency to perform different experiments such as strain optimization or cell line design. From a bioinformatics perspective, however, several challenges can arise. These can include generating predictions for entire proprietary genomes, and managing large numbers of guide RNA sequences. In this presentation, we will explain how Genedata Selector addresses these challenges. Furthermore, Selector improves target gene selection by providing biological context like pathway analysis and functional annotation.
Genedata Selector™ supports biological data management and analysis focusing on next generation sequencing, microarrays, mass-spectrometry based proteomics and metabolomics, and phenotype information. We optimize research processes within Agribusiness, Biopharma, Industrial Biotech and Consumer Products industries.