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Rick Chesler Aug 7
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Ross Cloney 18h
Anyone attending the meeting next week? I'll be there and happy to chat about genome engineering.
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Agilent Diagnostics & Genomics Group (DGG) Aug 13
Get off to a good start with your custom long guide RNAs with our SureGuide Chemically Synthesized .
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Anna Nowak Aug 11
We have an ad out for a student for an exciting epigenome engineering project in Looking for a talented and enthusiastic young scientist. Please retweet.
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Brian Schneider Aug 11
See how researchers are using knockout arrayed screening for and .
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Julien Capin Aug 13
Our latest review is out! We provide some insights into delivery systems.
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ICAR-IISR, Kozhikode Aug 13
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Leonardo Rios Aug 13
Great meeting highlighting the key results using for detection using low cost tools! Lots of intersting very cool results and potentially new discoveries 👍🏼👌🏼🎉
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Pablo Cárdenas R. Aug 12
interference is great because it lets you use a single dCas9 to turn off multiple loci with different gRNAs. But this has a cost: all those gRNAs compete for the same dCas9 pool. Here, we solve this with a feedback loop! A tweetorial: 👇🏾1/5
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Katy Ong Aug 10
New pin drop! These chic -Cas9 pins are now available in the shop :)
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Bioeconomy.XYZ Aug 7
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Gene Therapy Aug 10
Controlled release of -Cas9 ribonucleoprotein co-delivered with antitumor photosensitizer chlorin e6 using stimuli-responsive permits tumor-specific of Nrf2 gene in a mouse model 📸: BioTechScope
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Mammoth Biosciences Aug 13
Check out this article to learn about the recent addition of CasΦ to our diverse toolbox!
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SchmitzStreitLab Aug 13
We are excited to share our new report. The CARF Protein MM_0565 Affects Transcription of the Casposon-Encoded cas1-solo Gene in Methanosarcina mazei Gö1 via , ,
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Mammoth Biosciences Aug 13
Check out the Mammoth blog to learn why it's important to have a diverse toolbox
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Phage Directory 5h
In this week's , Dr. Rohit Kongari interviewed Dr. () about how he's using his engineering background to develop new genetic tools for biology.
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Cytogenetics Aug 13
We are looking for motivated scientists to take part in our team as a Ph.D. and/or Master of Science candidates.
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Samplix Aug 11
Missed our webinar? Check it out here and learn about enrichment of repeat expansions and CRISPR unintended edits!
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SynBioBeta Aug 13
In addition to being able to perform some useful gene-editing functions, the CasΦ protein is also half the size of other proteins. It’s also a simpler system, which offers some significant advantages for particular applications
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Biotech Studies Aug 9
Scientists now can knock-down gene messages in animal embryos . Read the article through the link below:
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