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Digenome-seq web tool for profiling CRISPR specificity

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Figure 1: Digenome-seq overview.


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We thank M. Schlesner and R. Eils for helpful discussion. This work was supported by the Institute for Basic Science grant no. IBS-R021-D1 to J.-S.K. and Next Generation BioGreen 21 Program grant no. PJ01119201 and Korea Healthcare technology R&D Project grant no. HI16C1012 to S.B.

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Park, J., Childs, L., Kim, D. et al. Digenome-seq web tool for profiling CRISPR specificity. Nat Methods 14, 548–549 (2017).

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