New York University
Genetics, CRISPR, Cas9, Computational biology and Guide RNA are his primary areas of study. In general Genetics study, his work on Genomics, Genome editing, Genetic screen and Methylation often relates to the realm of N6-Methyladenosine, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His CRISPR research is included under the broader classification of Gene.
Neville E. Sanjana combines subjects such as RNA interference, High-throughput screening and Functional genomics with his study of Cas9. His Computational biology study combines topics in areas such as RNA and Epitranscriptomics. His research in Guide RNA intersects with topics in Chromatin, Gene Knockout Techniques and Enhancer, Enhancer trap.
Neville E. Sanjana focuses on CRISPR, Computational biology, Genetics, Gene and Cas9. His CRISPR research incorporates elements of Genetic screen, Genome and Functional genomics. His study looks at the relationship between Computational biology and topics such as RNA, which overlap with Gene knockdown.
His study on Leigh disease, Mitochondrion and Vector is often connected to NDUFS4 and Complex formation as part of broader study in Genetics. His Gene research focuses on Cancer research and how it relates to Immunology. His work on CRISPR interference as part of general Cas9 research is frequently linked to Genomic library, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His primary areas of study are Gene, CRISPR, Computational biology, Phenotype and Gene expression. Neville E. Sanjana is interested in Cas9, which is a branch of CRISPR. Neville E. Sanjana interconnects Genome editing, Genome and Gene knockout in the investigation of issues within Computational biology.
His Genome study is focused on Genetics in general. The various areas that Neville E. Sanjana examines in his Phenotype study include DUX4, Progenitor cell, Transcriptional regulation, Induced pluripotent stem cell and Neuroscience. As a member of one scientific family, Neville E. Sanjana mostly works in the field of Gene knockdown, focusing on Guide RNA and, on occasion, RNA virus and Transcriptome.
Neville E. Sanjana mainly focuses on CRISPR, Gene, Point mutation, Virus and Transduction. Cas9 is the focus of his CRISPR research. Neville E. Sanjana has included themes like Gene knockout and Dna targeting in his Cas9 study.
His Point mutation study is associated with Genetics. His Computational biology study incorporates themes from Genome editing, Epigenetics and Zebrafish. His work deals with themes such as RNA, RNA interference, Loss function and Guide RNA, which intersect with Gene knockdown.
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Genome-Scale CRISPR-Cas9 Knockout Screening in Human Cells
Ophir Shalem;Ophir Shalem;Neville E Sanjana;Neville E Sanjana;Ella Hartenian;Xi-Shun Shi.
Improved vectors and genome-wide libraries for CRISPR screening.
Neville E Sanjana;Ophir Shalem;Feng Zhang.
Nature Methods (2014)
High-throughput functional genomics using CRISPR–Cas9
Ophir Shalem;Ophir Shalem;Neville E. Sanjana;Neville E. Sanjana;Feng Zhang;Feng Zhang.
Nature Reviews Genetics (2015)
A transcription activator-like effector toolbox for genome engineering
Neville E Sanjana;Le Cong;Le Cong;Le Cong;Yang Zhou;Yang Zhou;Margaret M Cunniff;Margaret M Cunniff.
Nature Protocols (2012)
Perturbation of m6A Writers Reveals Two Distinct Classes of mRNA Methylation at Internal and 5′ Sites
Schraga Schwartz;Maxwell R. Mumbach;Marko Jovanovic;Tim Wang;Tim Wang.
Cell Reports (2014)
BCL11A enhancer dissection by Cas9-mediated in situ saturating mutagenesis
Matthew C. Canver;Elenoe C. Smith;Falak Sher;Luca Pinello.
Genome-wide CRISPR screen in a mouse model of tumor growth and metastasis
Sidi Chen;Sidi Chen;Neville E. Sanjana;Kaijie Zheng;Ophir Shalem.
Identification of essential genes for cancer immunotherapy
Shashank J. Patel;Neville E. Sanjana;Rigel J. Kishton;Arash Eidizadeh.
Genome-scale CRISPR-Cas9 knockout and transcriptional activation screening
Julia Joung;Silvana Konermann;Jonathan S Gootenberg;Omar O Abudayyeh.
Nature Protocols (2017)
A Genome-wide CRISPR Screen in Primary Immune Cells to Dissect Regulatory Networks
Oren Parnas;Marko Jovanovic;Thomas M. Eisenhaure;Thomas M. Eisenhaure;Rebecca H. Herbst;Rebecca H. Herbst.
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