Give your students an insight into genome editing
CRISPR is a revolutionary new genetic engineering technique that makes editing genomes easy and inexpensive. It is based on a type of immune system found in many types of prokaryote.
Students first make 3D models of the components of CRISPR - the enzyme Cas9 and guide RNAs. Next, they use these to see how genome editing is done. Making the model and carrying out the activity makes CRISPR easy to understand!
Includes full colour Powerpoint class presentation!
Takes about 30 minutes to make and carry out the activity.
Dimensions: 26cm x 18cm / 10in x 7in
Download includes: instructions, model templates and Powerpoint file.
All you need: paper, scissors, tape.
Origami Organelles are downloadable paper models that you print and make as many time as you like! When you purchase a model, you are licensed for unlimited use on a single site or campus.