Aditi Singh

UC San Diego Health System United States of America

Aditi Singh, Ph.D is a Cell and Molecular Biology Scientific Professional, working as an Application Scientist in a Biotechnology company in California, USA. She has a PhD degree in Molecular & Cell Biology from University of Heidelberg in Germany; and later worked as a Post-Doctoral Scholar at University of California San Diego, USA. Aditi has more than 10 years of experience in Molecular and Cell Biology space where she has been involved in various R&D projects, Scientific trainings, and Application case studies. Her Research Interests are Precision Medicine, Genomics, CRISPR-Cas9 based Gene Editing, RNA Biology, and Infectious Diseases.

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RNA interference (RNAi) is a widely used technology for gene silencing and has become a key tool in a myriad of research and lead discoveries. In recent years, the mechanism of RNAi agents has been well investigated, and the technique has been optimized for better effectiveness and safety. On the other hand, the clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR)-associated Cas9/gRNA system is a recent, novel, targeted genome-editing technique derived from the bacterial immune system. Recent advances in gene-editing research and technologies have enabled the CRISPR Cas9 system to become a popular tool for sequence-specific gene editing to correct and modify eukaryotic systems. In this book, we will focus on the mechanisms, applications, regulations (their pros and cons), and various ways in which RNAi-based methods and CRIPSR-Cas9 technology have stimulated the modulation of gene expression, thereby making them a promising therapeutic tool to treat and prevent complex diseases and disorders.

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