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Gaetan Burgio Jun 20
"Francisella novicida Cas9 (FnCas9) interrogates genomic DNA with very high specificity and can be used for mammalian genome editing" -> low tolerance for mismatches -> high threshold for substrate recognition & single turn over enzyme
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Neal Gutterson Jun 20
Open Innovation is helping democratize access to . Learn more: .
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Nature Medicine Jun 19
On read about how is being applied to to treat in clinical trials:
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Integrated DNA Technologies Jun 18
Want to hear more about a new tool for researchers? We are talking about the new Alt-R Cas12a (Cpf1) Ultra enzyme in a webinar tomorrow! Learn how it offers the same efficiency and versatility as Register for FREE:
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Shobita Parthasarathy 13h
Since the patent dispute btwn Broad and UC Berkeley has re-emerged in the US, I'm reposting my op-ed on the issue. Tl; dr: Patent disputes aren't just about market power, they're about political (or configuration, as says) power.
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Neal Gutterson Jun 20
First panel and our panelists are in a polarizing convo about GMOs and - that's why we like this conference! Our view:
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sharon begley Jun 25
We have patent news. B/c, as one IP attorney told me, 'this will go on, and on, and on . . .':
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Ars Electronica 18h
"Humans can control their own evolution with this technology." On THU June 27, 2019, at 7 PM, Manuel Selg, molecular biologist at the Campus Wels, will speak at the Ars Electronica Center about laboratory organs and the -Cas9 gene scissors.
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STAT Jun 21
Did you know STAT has a new eBook? We've curated a selection of recent STAT stories charting discoveries, the businesses being built on them, and their potential impact on all our lives. And bundled it up nicely in an eBook! Download today:
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Elijah Stacy 5h
The Gov can greatly fix healthcare by passing more legislation to fund cures for diseases. That would save trillions of dollars in the long term.
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Christiana Care Gene Editing Institute Jun 19
The field of is changing. As new countries step into the research playing field, we learn more and more about the power and possibilities of the technology. RT:
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CRISP_SCIENCE 2h
Inhibition of -Cas9 ribonucleoprotein complex assembly by anti-CRISPR AcrIIC2. Thavalingam A [..] Wang Y, Maxwell KL. Nat Commun 2019-06-26. "Neisseria meningitidis Cas9"
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HHMI NEWS Jun 20
A team of scientists including HHMI Investigator Feng Zhang have developed a new -associated gene-editing system that can precisely and efficiently insert large DNA sequences into a genome.
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STAT 14h
The U.S. patent office has declared an interference between a dozen key patents awarded to the Broad Institute on the genome-editing technology and 10 CRISPR patent applications submitted by the University of California and its partners.
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A new study by and colleagues on gene editing in wildlife finds people are wary. Quite right too - why would we want to use untested dangerous tools such as gene drives to achieve wildlife conservation goals?
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HHMI BioInteractive Jun 20
Congrats to Fabian, Laura, and the entire team who worked hard to make our interactive both informative and beautiful!
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Cath Coombes 14h
Surprise patent ruling revives high-stakes dispute over the genome editor
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