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Andy Biotech Sep 11
Here comes first official paper of gene-editing in human Editorial by Carl June Good news -- it appears safe. Unfortunately CCR5 knockout doesn't cure , think we kinda learned that from 's years of futile efforts.
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Peter Fineran Sep 17
Want to join my lab as post-doctoral fellow to work on /? Funding is dependent on successful application to a career develop award. Details: . Motivated candidates please email me your CV and motivation statement by 01/10/19. Pls RT
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CRISP_SCIENCE 41m
Epigenome editing strategies for the functional annotation of CTCF insulators. Tarjan DR,lavahan WA, Bernstein BE. Nat Commun. 2019-09-18. -Cas9, -dCas9-KRAB
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Cell Host & Microbe Sep 17
Unlocking secrets of L. pneumophila pathogenesis: & Bassik lab perform genome-wide knockout screen of host factors involved in pathogenesis, uncovering regulators of phagocytosis, replication, & LCV formation
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Wonder Collaborative Sep 12
There are big hopes for to be a game changer for human health. But science is often small steps towards big goals. This news is a modest but important proof of progress. We're still a long way from a cure, but we are likely on a promising road.
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Synthego 1h
Step-by-Step Guide for Analyzing Editing Results with ICE
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Simon Bullock 13h
Great job opportunity: permanent postdoc-level role at the Sanger Institute, Cambridge, to develop technologies and platforms with Andrew Bassett.
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ALI MUHAMMED ~ 5h
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DNA&RNA Universe💎 Sep 14
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Synthego 3h
From the largest pharmaceutical companies to the smallest research labs, researchers around the world are taking advantage of to speed up their pathway analysis studies.
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DNA&RNA Universe💎 Sep 12
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Dr. mem_somerville | Wossamotta U Sep 17
Can someone check the temperature in Hell again? has a quality piece on gene editing and other biotech crop tools. Via . [Yes, I know, the helix turns wrong. But EatingWell turned the right way on this. Deal with it.]
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Josiah Zayner Sep 16
Ever wanted to culture and engineer human cells in your home or anywhere without expensive equipment and reagents? Well we made a kit and class for that
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Synthego 7h
Learn about some unique animals that have been used as model organisms for research and what we can understand from them.
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Kevin Ness Sep 16
ICYMI: Andrew gave a great overview of the state of technology and how 's new benchtop platform will transform digital genone engineering. Thanks for the opportunity, !
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I Am Biotech 7h
Replying to @IAmBiotech
Guiltinan emphasizes that we can't afford to throw out some of the most important tools we have, including , if we are serious about sustainable food production Read more about 's potential to protect chocolate production:
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Becky Mackelprang Sep 17
Replying to @StephHamy820
Hi everyone! 👋 I, too, am a recovering academic and studied plant biology, , and biotechnologies like and genetic engineering. Currently thinking about who/how decisions should be made about if/when/where to use gene editing. This picture is me being brave.
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Mammoth Biosciences 6h
We’re diversifying the toolbox. Why? CRISPR systems come w/ different mixes of pros/cons. Eg., some systems have small Cas proteins. Others have large Cas proteins. Larger proteins are harder to deliver to cells. Learn more here:
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Front Line Genomics Sep 17
You can still watch our latest webinar on demand! The expert speakers have also answered more participant questions. Catch up on our webinar:
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jean rossignol 🌈 Sep 13
1/6 A € 100 billion European fund to create digital champions Well, but no Genetic Engineering, biotechnology, ..., in the package! Heresy in terms of and (thread) via
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