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Double In Utero Electroporation to Target Temporally and Spatially Separated Cell Populations
 

Double In Utero Electroporation to Target Temporally and Spatially Separated Cell Populations

Article doi: 10.3791/61046
June 14th, 2020

Summary June 14th, 2020

Double in utero electroporation allows targeting cell populations that are spatially and temporally separated. This technique is useful to visualize interactions between those cell populations using fluorescent proteins in normal conditions but also after functional experiments to perturb genes of interest.

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