Ysobel Baker wins poster prize at OTS Munich meeting

Oct 16th 2019, 10:25

Ysobel Baker has won a poster prize at the Oligonucleotide Therapeutic Society meeting in Munich (October 16th 2019) for her work on backbone-modified locked nucleic acids for therapeutic applications. Yssy is funded by a BBSRC grant (Follow-on-Funding).

'Split-and-Click' sgRNA

Apr 8th 2019, 13:56

In a paper published today in Nature Communications, we demonstrate a new approach to the chemical synthesis of libraries of sgRNAs for CRISPR applications. Using the method, standard or chemically modified CRISPR sgRNA libraries can be prepared in a single tube by click ligation of an invariant Cas9-binding 79-mer and a library of variable genome-targeting 20-mers. See our blog post for more information: https://chemistrycommunity.nature.com/users/251216-arun-shivalingam/posts/47615-split-and-click-sgrna.

Poster prize for Arun Shivalingam

Jul 26th 2018, 08:10

Arun Shivalingam has won the ChemGenes-sponsored Poster Prize at the 14th RSC Nucleic Acids Forum held in London on the 6th of July (www.rsc.org/events/detail/31569/the-14th-nucleic-acids-forum). The forum aims to bring together researchers at interface of chemistry and biology with a particular focus on nucleic acids. Arun’s work describes the design and refinement of artificial nucleic acid backbones that can be formed by chemical ligation and allow faithful replication of the information encoded.

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