Recent Publication by the Musculoskeletal Biology Lab featured in Science In Seattle

A recent publication by the Musculoskletal Systems Biology Lab(MSBL), was featured in Science in Seattle.  

Dr. Claire Watson, of the MSBL lab, told Science in Seattle that the lab hopes to identify the genes that underlie osteoporosis risk. Significant findings in the lab's recent publication validate an approach to rapidly screen zebrafish using first-generation (G0) CRISPR-edited mutants for phenotypes related to human skeletal disease.

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Read the Science in Seattle article.

Read the paper: Phenomics-Based Quantification of CRISPR-Induced Mosaicism in Zebrafish.