ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

I’ve been fortunate to have worked on several different research projects in an array of interesting fields

Keep an eye on the space below to see the list of publications my work has contributed to (hopefully!) grow...

Tissue-Specific In Vivo Biotin Chromatin Immunoprecipitation with Sequencing in Zebrafish and Chicken

We describe a tissue-specific biotin ChIP-seq protocol for zebrafish and chicken embryos. We utilise AVI tagging of Transcription Factors, permitting their biotinylation by a co-expressed nuclear biotin ligase, to achieve tissue-specificity.

more coming soon...

Genome and epigenome engineering CRISPR toolkit for in vivomodulation of cis-regulatory interactions and gene expression in the chicken embryo

The novel genome and epigenome engineering toolkit developed here enables manipulation of endogenous gene expression and enhancer activity in chicken embryos, facilitating high-resolution analysis of gene regulatory interactions in vivo.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

DNA

CRISPR Journal: 
Going Public With Your Research

Fall 2020

A short feature article on public engagement around genome editing technologies

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IAI: 
IS GENE EDITING THE WAY FORWARD?

January 2020

A short feature article on genome editing

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NESTA Tipping Point Prize: 
GREEN EDITING: The environmental benefits of

gene-tweaking 

May 2019

Finalist essay on the environmental benefits of genome editing.

THE BIOCHEMIST: 
REWRITING THE BOOK OF LIFE

Junes 2016

A short feature article on genome editing

©2020 by Güneş Taylor.