We provide CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing services in keratinocytes for generation of both knock-out and knock-in keratinocytes, as well as functional characterization of mutant keratinocyte lines. In addition, we provide access to systems biology analyses, disease- and cytokine-specific gene expression profiling, and training.
Director, UM Skin Biology and Diseases Resource-based Center
Director, UM-SBDRC Administrative and Functional Analytics Cores
U-M SBDRC Skin Genes Query
Skin Genes Query Tool
The U-M SBDRC Skin Genes Query supports comparison of normal and disease gene expression in human and mouse skin utilizing datasets supplied by SBDRC members. This tool is available to all UM SBDRC members and University of Michigan level-1 account verification. If you are unable to access this tool and are a current UM SBDRC member, please email Carmel McKeon (email@example.com) for assistance.