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UC Berkeley Jan 10
Berkeley researchers have now made more versatile by giving it an “on” switch, allowing users to keep the Cas9 gene editor turned off in all cells except its designated target.
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SeqComplete 8m
/Cas9 Genetic Engineering Inquiry-Based Unit
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Biomedical Journal 2h
Francisco Mojica, the scientist who discovered and DNA editing Mojica is a humble man but his study of simple bacteria in a salt marsh in Spain decades ago has led to one of the biggest scientific breakthroughs of the 21st century.
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Synthego Jan 17
What breakthroughs will achieve in 2019? Check out our blog to find out:
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Rachel Olson Jan 17
The overuse of antibiotics has caused a serious health problem with drug-resistant strains on the rise, but technology may offer a solution. A system is being developed by that can target and kill disease-causing bacteria without causing resistance.
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Yoni Maisel. Jan 12
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Bertrand Faurie 1h
on demand, a new feature !
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Kiran Gajula Jan 17
Thanks to for a 50-day full access link to my recent paper on C->G base editor in
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Synthego Jan 13
In this blog, we acknowledge the real heroes of who are changing the world for the better:
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Biomakespace Jan 14
The extent of the spread of the revolution from first mammalian editing publications in 2013 to 2018 was immense! Examples from across animals, plants and microbes. Now focuses on applications to health, agriculture and more
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Thermal PR Jan 17
We’ve Entered a World of Digital Risk We’re Only Beginning to Understand
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George Mensah, MD 7h
Very intriguing! NIH-funded investigators from & give Cas9 an ‘on’ switch for accuracy and better control of gene editing.
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Synthego 11h
Get an overview of fundamentals in this 101 eBook:
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TraderThink4Self Jan 13
Betting on the future of medicine is in the area of Gene Editing and especially and Zfn it's a Boom or Bust investment but has better r/r than majority of other stocks.
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Christopher T Scott Jan 17
From Ashutosh Kumar, MD, who attended a 1/15 seminar on gremline use of , "In India, though a guideline...prevents from any germline/embryonic genome editing, any statutory regulation which can deter its unethical use is still lacking."
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Synthego Jan 17
Want to brush up on the basics of ? Or curious about its real-world applications? We’ve got you covered! Here’s everything you need to know about CRISPR-Cas9:
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Francis S. Collins 9h
Researchers from & found a way to give /Cas9 an “on” switch allowing users to keep the Cas9 gene editor turned off in all cells except for its designated target -- to ensure more accurate DNA editing.
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BioDecoded Jan 17
CRISPR adapted to respond to infected cells | Nature
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Flavio Aliaga Jan 17
Efficient and transgene-free gene targeting using Agrobacterium-mediated delivery of the CRISPR/Cas9 system in tomato (Danilo et al., 2019) -Cas9 system
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Addgene 12h
New at Addgene: EasyCloneYALI Collection for Yarrowia lipolytica yeast strains. The Integrative Vector Set contains integrative suitable for (over-)expression of (heterologous) genes. The /Cas9 Set contains plasmids for genome editing.
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