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Targeted proteolysis of endogenous proteins is desirable as a research toolkit and in therapeutics. CRISPR/Cas9-mediated gene knockouts are irreversible and often not feasible for many genes. Similarly, RNA interference approaches necessitate prolonged treatments, can lead to incomplete knockdowns, and are often associated with off-target effects. Targeted proteolysis can overcome these limitations. In this report, we describe an Affinity-directed PROtein Missile (AdPROM) system that harboursdoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4924553 fatcat:izk57li62nbuxhqnjc4aa73nhu