The cover illustrates that a peptide identified via screening aids the delivery of CRISPR ribonucleoprotein into cells, increasing the yield of edited primary human lymphocytes.
Peptide-boosted uptake of CRISPR enzymes
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Peptide-mediated delivery of CRISPR enzymes for the efficient editing of primary human lymphocytes - Nature Biomedical Engineering
The yields of edited primary human lymphocytes can be increased substantially, with respect to those obtained via electroporation, by delivering a CRISPR ribonucleoprotein alongside an amphiphilic peptide identified via screening.
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