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CrispR Research
Hey everyone. 

I'm posting here in hopes someone on this forum can point me in the right direction.

I'm mostly interested in agricultural genetic modification. I have a very limited understanding of Cas9, guide RNA, and plasmids. My goal is to eventually be able to knockout certain genes, and replace them with a new sequence of my choosing in plants.

Does anyone have any books, threads, blogs, articles that a begginer can pick up on? I've looked around the net, and I can't seem to find very much footage of the process. That would help very much so. I apologize if I sound ignorant, it's probably because I am, and I need to change that haha. 

Thank you for taking the time to glean a little light on this subject for me.
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Hey! There is a book written by Emmanuelle Charpentier, one of the creators of CRISPR. I think that anyone who want to start working with CRISPR should read it. It's name is CRISPR Methods and Protocols.
You can find it in this site
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