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  1. ... identified CRISPR spacers in the metagenomes with two different methods and found more spacers in the IC21 and C34 salterns compared with the SS19, SS33, and SS37 salterns, suggesting fewer types of CRISPR spacers ... //... their low microbial diversity, environmental stability, and high viral density. By using the power of CRISPR spacers to link viruses to their prokaryotic hosts, we explored virus-host interactions in geographically ...
    Date: 1969-12-31T19:00:14-0500
  2. ... hosts. Despite this importance, metagenomic CRISPR detection remains a major challenge. Here we present a reference-guided CRISPR spacer detection tool (Metagenomic CRISPR Reference-Aided Search Tool - MetaCRAST) that ... //... Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeat (CRISPR) systems are the adaptive immune systems of bacteria and archaea against viral infection. While CRISPRs have been exploited as a tool for genetic engineering ...
    Date: 1969-12-31T19:00:19-0500
  3. We estimate the number of spacers in a CRISPR array of a bacterium which maximizes its protection against ... an excessive variety of spacers dilutes the number of the CRISPR complexes armed with the most recent and thus most effectiv ... that depending on such parameters as the concentration of C ...
  4. Repeats (CRISPR-Cas9) gene knockout- (Jinek et al., 2012) strategies. Use of the sporocyst transplantation ...
  5. 2013). Furthermore, a recent genome-wide CRISPR/Cas9 screen indicated a relatively minor contribution ...
  6. ... an experimental and theoretical case study of the CRISPR-Cas immune system to contrast the behavior of ...
  7. ... against viruses or plasmids. This system, known as the CRISPR-Cas system, allows the host to recognize and incorporate short foreign DNA or RNA sequences, called `spacers' into its CRISPR system. ... and phage population growth, spacer diversity within the CRISPR locus, and spacer protection ...