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I am still a complete beginner to crispr and I am still trying to learn what it is and how to actually use it. I now realise that you have to order the crispr components after you have actually designed them yourself in software that lets you design and alter the components.

Am I correct so far?

I am wondering if anyone could help me find which software I should use to design and or alter .dna files . Preferably free and open-source software. Are there any good tutorials for someone who wants to get more into crispr?

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You have a long journey ahead. This guy spent about 4 years to learn what he is doing here.

He is using Snapgene software

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    $\begingroup$ Thank you! :) The site doesn´t allow me to upvote because I have a to low reputation but know that I am really thankful! :) $\endgroup$ – Rawmouse Dec 23 '19 at 9:50
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    $\begingroup$ I use Snapgene for my work the interface is nice, but with the free version you can't edit files to insert/delete bases. $\endgroup$ – Cell Dec 23 '19 at 13:57

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