Indicate which reference genome E-CRISP should find targets in?
Indices are pre-built for each organism's individual gene sequences
a ";" separated list of official gene symbols or Accession IDs. For e.g.
PFKP;PFKFB3;PRKCQ;CAMK1D (for Human)
ENSDARG00000090752;ENSDARG00000063570;ENSDARG00000074914;ENSDARG00000032801 (for Zebrafish)
FBgn0000442;FBgn0250906;FBgn0020618;FBgn0044323 (for Fly)
one or more Fasta formatted sequence. For e.g:
Transcript IDs (ENST...) can be entered in subsection 4
but still require the respective gene to be entered here.
Minimum length of the nucleotide sequence one arm of the CRISPR dimer should recognize.
Maximum length of the nucleotide sequence one arm of the CRISPR dimer should recognize.
Adjust the length of the sequence that will be saved 3' to the cut site.
Adjust the length of the sequence that will be saved 5' to the cut site.
Check if designs should only target genes.
Check if designs should only target exons.
Check if designs should target only outside of predicted CpG islands.
(Outside potential hypermethylated regions)
Enter a specific ensembl transcript ID ENSTR.......
Enter the exon number to target. E.g. Enter 1 to find designs which target the first exon exon.
Or enter the word any to find designs that hit any exon.
Check this box to assess restricion enzyme cut sites in the whole target sequence.
Choose between different pre-defined restriction enzyme subsets.
Leave this box checked if designs should be analysed for targets in the reference genome.
Should the CRISPR design be checked for any secondary off-target effects?
This is useful to check if they will cut in any exogenous, foreign introduced sequence.
Check every individual off-target or paste a set of fasta sequences into the text area
This text area only accepts FASTA format sequences as input e.g.: