Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR) is a powerful tool that enables editing of the axolotl genome. In this chapter, we will cover how to retrieve gene sequences, confirm annotation, design CRISPR targets, analyze indels, and screen for Crispant axolotls. This is a comprehensive guide on how to use CRISPR on your favorite gene and gain insights into its function.
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Jessica Whited studies limb regeneration in axolotl salamanders. Her lab develops tools to manipulate gene expression during limb regeneration, and explores signaling events following wound healing that initiate the regenerative process.

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