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Over 50 genes have been targeted for mutations using TALEN in plants, including Arabidopsis, Barley, Brachypodium, maize, tobacco, rice, soybean, tomato and wheat (Table 2). Many of these have been proof-of-concept studies. TALEN scaffolds were optimized for high activity in plants . The optimized TALEN scaffold was then demonstrated by targeted mutagenesis in Arabidopsis , tomato , Brachypodium  and wheat . More recently, TALEN was shown to induce a variety of heritable mutations in rice , demonstrating its usefulness in plant genome editing.
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As an effective genome editing tool, TALEN has been applied to generate useful traits in crops. In an elegant study, TALEN was used to engineer disease resistance in Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae by destroying the target sequence of TALE effectors in rice . In soybean, the FAD2 gene was targeted for improved oil quality . In wheat, three homologs of MLO were successfully targeted for simultaneous knockout, conferring heritable disease resistance to powdery mildew . Improved rice seeds have been engineered with TALEN, creating traits such as fragrance  and storage tolerance . Improved cold storage and processing traits have also been engineered in potato .
Due to ease of engineering, CRISPR-Cas9 has been widely adopted for genome editing in plants (Table 3). At the time of this review, CRISPR-Cas9 edited plants include Arabidopsis, barley, Brassica oleracea, cotton, dandelion, flax, lettuce, liverwort, corn, petunia, populus, rice, sorghum, soybean, sweet orange, tomato, wheat, and several tobacco varieties (Table 3). CRISPR-Cas9 quickly moved beyond proof-of-concept; promoting a reverse genetics revolution in plant research and creating many desirable traits in major crops. Using rice as an example, multiple yield-related genes have been targeted in rice . CRISPR-Cas9 has been widely used for functional study on rice genes (Table 3). In addition, environment-induced male sterility has been engineered to facilitate hybrid-based breeding [54, 55]. Disease resistance traits have been developed by knocking out host genes in rice  and Arabidopsis .
CRISPR-Cas9 is a valuable reverse genetic tool in plant science research. Large chromosomal deletion in Arabidopsis was used to demonstrate redundant functionality of tandem arrayed CBF genes in cold acclimation  (Fig. 3d). CRISPR-Cas9 based reverse genetics was even made possible in poplar , a woody tree that has traditionally proven difficult for genetic manipulation. Despite challenges with editing polyploidy plants, both hexaploid bread wheat and tetraploid durum wheat were effectively edited by CRISPR-Cas9 [7, 65, 66]. Editing of the tetraploid cotton genome was also recently reported [67, 68]. Camelia sativa is a hexaploid relative to Arabidopsis and editing three copies of the FAD2 gene was demonstrated when screen was carried to T3 generation [69, 70]. Using CRISPR-Cas9, two recent studies disproved conclusions made by earlier work using traditional genetic techniques, further demonstrating that CRISPR-Cas9 is a great addition to existing genetic tools. In one study, knockout alleles of ABP1 were generated in Arabidopsis and it was discovered this gene is not required for auxin signaling or development as originally thought . In another study , Rj4 was found to control nodulation specificity in soybean and the identity of this gene confirmed by CRISPR-Cas9 corrected earlier reports.
For all HDR applications, efficiency will need to be improved. Increasing the efficiency of SSN delivery will greatly help genome editing, including HDR applications. If a higher percentage of plants or plant cells can receive SSNs, then more of them will have the potential to undergo HDR without increasing sample size. Although easy to use, agrobacterium-mediated delivery is not as efficient as ballistic bombardment because the latter can introduce multiple copies of donor DNA [93, 98]. One of the potential methods that may solve issues with difficult delivery, as well donor copy number, is geminivirus delivery. In tomatoes, geminiviruses replicons were found to create mutations at a 10-fold higher frequency when compared to agrobacterium mediated transfer . Recently, geminivirus systems were successfully used for CRISPR-Cas9 mediated HDR in rice  and wheat . Alternatively, donor DNA may be liberated from integrated chromosome regions with an in-planta gene targeting strategy [86, 101]. The second issue to address is low occurrence of HDR in cells, especially in non-dividing cells. If all cells in culture or in planta were synchronized, then SSN and donor DNA could be introduced during replication which will boost HDR events. Cas9 nickases, with their ability to create single stand breaks (SSBs), have been utilized for HDR in Arabidopsis at high efficiencies and the authors have speculated the mechanism of HDR initiated by SSBs could be different from that of DSBs . The mechanism of SSB based HDR, if discovered, should be useful for enhancing HDR. There are many exciting possibilities for HDR based genome editing, and innovative ideas will continue to further this area.
DNA independent delivery of SSNs for plant genome editing is another trend. Development of such methods are likely motivated for use in crop improvement in regards to regulation . Nucleic-acid free delivery of TALEN has been successfully accomplished . This study demonstrated that delivery of pure nuclease protein into protoplasts was possible albeit at a low frequency . DNA-free delivery of Cas9 was accomplished by incubating Arabidopsis, rice, tobacco, and lettuce protoplasts with Cas9/gRNA ribonucleoprotein complexes . Bread wheat was shown to be amenable to genome editing based on mRNA or ribonucleoprotein delivery of CRISPR-Cas9 [66, 124]. More recently, ribonucleoprotein delivery of CRISPR-Cpf1 was also demonstrated in soybean and wild tobacco protoplasts .
In monocots, wheat dwarf virus (WDV) was first engineered for CRISPR/Cas9-based genome editing and gene targeting in wheat (Gil-Humanes et al. 2017). More importantly, this work showed the feasibility of multiplexed gene targeting of multiple homeoalleles of the wheat genome at a 1% frequency. A similar approach using WDV was also applied in rice for targeted insertion of GFP-2A-NPTII to the C terminals of ACT1 and GST genes in a Cas9-overexpressing WT background. The WDV replicon-based tools showed significantly higher targeted knock-in efficiencies than conventional T-DNA tools (Wang et al. 2017).
ffoJnmbtaWtmojcratt; II.' ' -" IAIjIM B.; V ATE; ''DCAt' """OB,Bloomsburg, November 14rl857Divind services will bo hold, in Bloomiiturgr to-morrow, (Sunday, Nov. ,ICtb,) atI ho loiiowing uimrciica :LuthcrmChurch Kcv.E.A.8llA..rti!TTS,Servioo at Oi o'clock, V- .M;.Presbyterian Church. Ur.v. D. J. Wawler, Scrvioo at 10 o'clock, A. M.ff"Tho Frco Schools of this pl&ea"opened doors" on Tuesday morning lost.e- If you wish to know who sells thoLett goods si 'tho lowest prices, read thoadvertisements in the Democrat.J56S" Mr. James- Hand, an old citizenor'Oolumbin county, wo aro sorry to loarn,met with a serious accident oa list Tuesday, afternoon. It appears, that Mr. II.,was hewing some timber, with a kand-aro,when tbo axo glanced culUng bis leg rcrysovcrcly.jgy Wood piles ara very numerous ontho streets. Evidently our citizens axodctormiuod.to bo prepared fr a tng a&ddreary reign of tho Winter' King, who'will soom set himself upon his ioy thronoand deal out cold weather ''freely andwithout price.''frji Tbo weather Ha pa,ct woek wnsrnther(!peasani. Perhaps we aro goinghavo.'indian Summer now. Tlio eveningsaro" quito-cool, and standing nrou'ud thestrcat corners after bight has ceased lo beindulged in to any great est irt. It gnushard too for a fellow to keep in doors intho evenings, but it must bo done or freeze.SsSf Wo should bo pleased to have ourcitizons cominucicato any tiwal news thaimay occur under their observation, orsmyother source, if well authenticated. Aswc nro.confiued to tho office on account ofbusiness, :iny local matters (hat is ot importance, will bo gratefully' roooivod by us.tS3 As there arc Indico-tions of a riso intho prico of coal, it would bo woll furtho.suof our patrons who have not. done so, toprocure, their winter's supply immediately.Wu believo prices, at present aro as low asthey have,becu this season, and they willcertainly rango no lower, as wo otacrvo thotrado is becoming moro brisk.823" reterilny, tJio ealtlo tH:irkct inI'hilmlclphia foil ono tlcll.rou tlio liuodredtjriglil below the price of l;ist week. 'J'liomarket is vory UulJ, ad tlie sujiply largClyexceeding llie ilctuu.uil. 'I'hcro i.s a nros-pect, befoic Ihc winter U over, i f beof be-1nig ilnun to a fair au'iage prjuo. It has Iteen up for tho few 30 is tu mi jjiordinate ,figuro, out not proportionately grtnter ttauevcry'otbor kind of f md.CST Wo had come Io tlio conclusion last 1week, of noticing do farther, tho unof-Ien3.vc paragraphs, from tho llcjmblicaibut knowing 1)19 Dor rqr to bo n,c ambitious'man, and one ihatiikesit'i have hii writingliolhed, wo nilliJiero'bro givo him tho ben-,efit of another article,, hoping, however, ho 'may survive the xereek of time and thocrush of blasted hope. lre may perhaps,in tho bourn of his deepest adversity, iindconsolation in the efftisicns of sno timilarlylituated, when hesanj hid own fate:4 'I feci like one who treads aloneBorne banquet hill deserted.Whose tights aiedled. whose garland dradAnd all but ma depa lied."ESTLosc wbo .have small mechanicaliob3 to bo pepforuvod, that ihey mean tohave done, and that they can afford to doat any time, would render the best possible 1. .. , . , l, . Iw . .j uuWiua u, ui"sthem done now, rthon work is slack audwinter .coming .on. Families that havoclothing to mako .up ihis .winter could relievo many seamstresses wailing in .wautfur employment by .putting tho jobs immediately into tbeir'bands. Thcro is scarcely ja family in tho -city but lias gome job orother of work -to -do, which would not in- j.. , , , , . ...convenience them tho least -to havo it dononow.' Itls not r'rquired that ponplo shall i- . . , ..... .. ..incur useless anu law cspendituro to keepvmcio uujptpveu, uor is.ni necessary, moordinary wsnts of tho setson, if now requi-rod to be supplied, would go far to reliovolabor, andreatoro a bettor condition ofthings.vex A ru.v .t.:i jAw i wwuhjuo abut WU11U VVilU,niug our ry througb-ODO of .the principal jthoroughfares of tbis place, our ears were 'mluted with curacsdeep and loud, emaoa-t Dg from a hoy abput 10 years of age, Ia iooicea around tn uro thn rilo',vrath, when wq beheld a little girl, his eist. it, trying to perauado her brother to " goI ino. as it rwas getting late1 and was:tfrid to go alone. 8hojIcnd in words of Iiimdness.butit WHS ill vain, for his nn ', wer was thwo of curses. Is it not do-jC rttoie, tnnt.iuo jouiii ot opr jtowji weu .i bettor trained by their parents 1 On ,intra rests tha responsibility of want ofri..rpcct for ngp and morality bytheir child.rtn- " irain up a .child in tho way :!io.j , t ..... ...juiu to, anu Wlion 110 13 Oltt HO Will not. . .. . I'pan irojn it " is a maxim but Ii.tloiiotdud by parents nowadays, Iho results of, j ;i 1t - , " . . , . I" .-, -ctsuessand depr,vlty of tho youth ofmutu. tvyit(ier ru we tending, andtrill step forth to arrest this ontfetu of vico nnd immorality I 'eST Thoro Is no department of a coun Itry nawipapor which ia more Important orshould rcccivo moro attention than tboLocal. Tkd circulation, of such papersbeing almost exclusively confined to theimmedlato toctions in which thoy aro published, of courso It is but right that tbopatrons should expect to seo chronicled withparticular caro all matters of interestoccuring iu their pirtioular localities. Nop'Apor oan bo supported which uogleoU orpays but slight attention to this Departmenl,! and it Is equally truo that one, whichtreats tbis matter in its proper light cannot xaii, ot a i,i,oer,3i catronago. it is ourdesire, as it shall bo our aim, to mako tboLocal Department of tho Democrat a com'plcto index (as far as possible) of thesolooal items whioh aro porused first of nlllna county paper. And to, do this wo wouldask tho aid ot all our friends through Uiqcounty. If, whon anything of Interestoccurs, thoy would let us know of it, theywould confer a favor not only upon us,but upon all tho roadcrs of our paper.Thcro aro occurrences Imppeniog overyday which would bo of interest, but whicharo not published simply becauso theynover como to our knowledge. Will ourfriends throughout tbo county assist us inthi3 matter I.. As far as our town itself is concerned;wo hope to get along moro easily. Still,if any of our merchants or manufacturescontcmplato getting on ti '-bust," or anyof our eititons generally meet with brokenheads, nrras or legs, such information shallrcocivo duo publicity on coming to ourcars. Our motto is" "Progress" wo go. infor pensioning printers and preachors, andJamming ljvfyprs.and loafers. With sucha coinuiondablc principle of action, who'llobstruct our march, or doubt of our ultimate suoccss IIioyTunos nro gettinn; monstrous Lardjmt'now.- As rtn evidence of ihis, wd noticelli-it a dnrkcy who foltows the lawful occupation of cuttiug wood, and doing othermiscellaneous jobs nbouUown. has, withina few ihiyA prist, pistcd on tho crown of- . , . j , 1 1111a uaxf it ytoco OI-pipWTnn XUQ WOrtU 1Term, O.tsh" very ptainlvwritten 'thereon. Wo ltopo lie may liavo n liappytime getting his "casb." Wo 't now thatwo liavo u; Imppy timo yottillg' some ofours.-Tho l'oBtmaster G fcncral lias recentlyilecidcil tthnt if I'ostinastcr3 do not givopublishers of newspapers notico when theirpapeiB remain in tte Post Offi as Withoutbcin taken out by tho subscriber, withinJivciici.s, thoy aro-liablo for tho pay.UiiwvjlSu TJio post affico in 'Berwickh s beeii rcajised iCrom Messrs. Mclleuryit Owen's Store into the Oflieo of tho"ficrwlck. Gazette," and Lcyi F. Irwinuppoiutcil Postmoster, vice JoLn J. Mo-lleliry, resigaed.tiir Wo uridoTBta.ad that tlio Furnaooand iron oru land of Samuel If. Woods, ate Hank, Point townsLip, haye been bold"y that gettlemari for SSOO.OOO......Oi'l'ho Postmaster general has ordereda contract with Col. John Cummiugs, ofSelinsgrove, for conveying tho maih dailyf,oul Banbury to Williamsport by railway.US?" If you havo a sore or painful disease, go and get a botiJe of Du ValCsGalvanic Oil, and you will not ruo it no Iyou will purchase- more ; tliia has been thecase, and mil be so iu timo tu come.Sold by Q. M. Hagenbueli, J. R Moyeraod li. I'. Lutz, BloBrcsburg, and CountryMercian's, generally.MAS JxIAO'KS'.0n tll(J autn of October, by Rev. Jno.'.V Da,Ioi.cr Wf- ;Vie0i",?)w" to M.is3llannalullcss, both of Mifflin township.ijoiumtiia county.On tho Oth of Novtrnbcr, by the same.Air. Adam Marks, to Miss Margaret JKostenbader, both of Locust township,IB E & W SC SmIn Akron, Fulton County, Indiana, oaWednesday, Octobor 21st, 1857, Lov.isf''W,r'tM ?f m &,Mastellcr, formerly tit Ulooiusburg, aodono ycar; J bl, . , , ,,, ,, , ," VIU'iiliVIU. Ull uaiurUHV IrlHt, II1U I til0f Jfrjvcmbor, 1857, Mrs. iJvniA Evanb,who HI llenrv JiJvans. antt dauohtcr niSamuel Tate, nged 29 years.0,JiBSBlXIEBQ SSAIlillSISirClORUEOfED W'EKKLY AT IIAII'I'MAN'SSTOIIEWheat....SI 25ButterEggsTallowLard .......220.127.116.11CO87QqY ' 00Oats IJ5Buckwheat 50Wiiito Bcang., .1 7,5l'otiitocs..I fried Apples.a OpCOLUMBIA DEMOCRAT.Tho following aro tbo receipts to tho ofiioeof tho Columbia Uemociut, during;tbo month ot-Uctobcr, 1 0075 004 Ot)47 00Cll.. U. Monro, 40 94, Howell UvansJ?"' 0!.WJ'!.'. Snyder.sw John punivirl.J.Ult tlol.C. V. JicksoiiI Hev. 1). 8. Tobias,I Lhai DicUris'k.3 OU; Franklin llnusu,"30 Mayberry Snyiler.'J75 11 A. Hrliwf iienliner,1 SU. 11. II .ll.irli.ia.i,uon I'rof. Anilerson,1 mi Trustees Uul. Acail'y,a on II, II. Wusner,330 Jicoli H..tvani,G 6fi, Attain llarlon, ,1 UD T.J.Jorilrrslico,3 lill U. u. Ailams,2 60, ltev. 11. 'Xullldee,'JiQII V.I. Wlnleraleaii,3 00' (;eorge.W. Wagu.r,j0uhTuitt,iU.JRjhi.r,ncip,d' 'A"er",iAmuth NvWp.'Rnorgo W.'Bllllir.r,I1 UO2 00:i vo3 AO5 00-3 501 501 -00uincnui-'r Jtuu.,llicliaril .MaiiP-n.1 75Wm. Young, m.d.3 00Our -customers, lercabouta. will ploaso. , , ,w w . x i '-' i.w hms huv iru. tvuni-iwo can net all kinds of tiroduco. Hoof.n.s. n..-i.i... n:j- ai '"i ..uiiintiiuov, uiuit, iiujucq, uuuall tlio ncce39nes of life included. Now,, , . ,. .friends, plc.ir joll up tlio articlcr.Special Notice.IIEI.MllOt.lV8 COMrOUNUi I'LUIU EXTRACTn remedy for Disease., nfllm Bladderi Kidneys, Cra.el,Dropsy, Woaknrsses, fcc, bit no cinat. Head the advertisement In another column lioadid " ttelmbold'(lenmne reparation "80 The Five Per Cent. Savins FundofiliO National aarcty Gommny, rivus. street, south.wrtltprnrr of 71lrii street rhlladvlptila, now Ima nearly0i Miujoh inn a lt.tr of Dollar all In Rot. Err atk,Mopithii", Orooiid riMTK, and ulhtr flrilclaii sccurlIlea, to the benefit to depositors.,O-TI10MAS VV. MATT80N, Received thn rriMMedal at tha WnrM'i fair In londjn. 183t. forTRUNKS.OARrET DAGS, llnols..slioes and, Iliim,,Crrat inducement arc now offered in purchaser, of thoabove articles. Thlsl, much trie lartest ttoekortrunktCarpel Bags, Vallees.ace.. In riilladelplila very cheaporcaib. Mamtraeiorieat 130 Market Blreot, B. W,rorner.ond 183 Market street. S. tl. rornerof Fourth.DTHURlIiY'H BAIUSAI'ARII.LA. ror ill rilnunieaof Hie (jtond, nothing hat yet bfen round to fcomparowith it. Utteanai tba lyctem of nil Inipurltiea, actagently and efficiently 011 (be liver and kldneM itrengthena tho digestion, glvea Una to Hie stomach, makes(he akLrv elear and healthy, and restor