The Rohs (middle) Lab collaborated on a paper with Dr. Peter Qin (left), Professor and Chair of the Department of Chemistry, in Biochemistry on how CRISPR-Cas9 activities are tuned by target duplex stability in the gene editing complex. This paper combines experimental studies with machine learning approaches. The computational work was performed by Dr. Brendon Cooper (right), a former postdoc in the Rohs Lab.
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