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 +====== Expreimental Setup Terms ======
  
 +^  Term  ^ Description ​      ^
 +^  Drug exposure | Organisms or cells are grown in the presence of a CRISPR based gene/genome engineering system while also being subjected to any substance which when absorbed into a living organism may modify one or more of its functions. |
 +^  Timecourse ​ | Organisms or cells are grown in the presence of a CRISPR based gene/genome engineering system for a specific length of time with no additional selection pressure. |
 +^  Exposure to different carbon sources ​ | Organisms or cells are grown in the presence of a CRISPR based gene/genome engineering system while also being assayed for ability to use various compounds as carbon sources. |
 +^  Toxin exposure ​ | Organisms or cells are grown in the presence of a CRISPR based gene/genome engineering system while also being subjected to a poisonous substance produced by a biological organism such as a microbe, animal or plant. |
 +^  Virus exposure ​ | Organisms or cells are grown in the presence of a CRISPR based gene/genome engineering system while also being subjected to a minute infectious agents whose genomes are composed of DNA or RNA. |
 +^  Ligand Exposure ​ | Organisms or cells are grown in the presence of a CRISPR based gene/genome engineering system while also being subjected to a molecule known to bind a target protein in the cell likely resulting in modulation of a specific signalling cascade. |
 +^  T cell exposure ​ | Cells are grown in the presence of a two cell-type (2CT) CRISPR system involving human T cells as effectors and other cell types as targets in order to identify genes essential for the effector function of T cells (EFT).|
 +^  Implantation to mouse model  | Cells are grown in the presence of a CRISPR based gene/genome engineering system and then implanted into a mouse model, generally to ascertain effect on viability or cancer development of the mouse. |
 +^  Other  | Organisms or cells are grown in the presence of a CRISPR based gene/genome engineering system while also being subjected to other conditions, details of which are given in the notes. |
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