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American Seed (ASTA) Aug 13
If we don't do something to solve the citrus greening problem, the decline in production is going to continue. Using genome editing methods scientists can help citrus trees fight this disease today! Find out more in our latest video.
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Synthego Aug 13
We caught up with and discussed his latest book "She Has Her Mother's Laugh." Read our book review and Zimmer's thoughts about and here:
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Aaron J Dy 👨🏻‍🔬 Aug 10
Working on a paper and Youtube resources for synthetic biology. What are your favorite videos for , , lab protocols, , , or other topics?
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Gaetan Burgio Aug 16
Very interesting one on HDR enhancement to increase knockin efficiency after editing by local accumulation of DSB repair molecules MS2-Ctip via MMEJ (here MS2 RNA interacts with MS2 coated protein at DSB) = LoAD system
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David Benn Aug 16
Listening to talks about by and others at SAHMRI
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Dirk Inze Aug 9
Improved crops obtained by simple applications of precision breeding using do not contain foreign DNA and should not be considered GMO. The technology has amazing applications in conventional and organic farming. Europe cannot miss this agricultural revolution!
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Eric Topol Aug 14
We're living at a remarkable time when diseases like Hemophilia A, B, β-thalassemia, sickle cell disease and so many others are not just getting "subdued" but gene Rx & /editing approaches have potential for a cure.
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Nature Medicine Aug 9
In this month's editorial, we argue that off-target effects of gene editing need to be well-documented and that scientists need to acknowledge that many new medical advancements carry a certain amount of risk. Read on:
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Dirk Inze 19h
Very sad to see that exactly at the moment that plant biology has produced so much valuable knowledge, Europe decides to prohibit the use of the amazing technology that will contribute to a high yielding and sustainable agriculture.
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Andy Biotech Aug 9
Very important work! ‘barcodes’ map mammalian development in exquisite detail Full developmental lineage record for every single cell in real-time
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Markus Stetter Aug 9
First attempt to establish in amaranth. Fingers crossed... .Awesome collaboration with Nir Sade from the soon-to-be Sade lab! Stay tuned for news
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Beeke Wienert Aug 14
Now that the embargo is lifted: So very grateful and happy that my Early Career Fellowship application for exciting research was successful! Thanks for providing me with this opportunity!
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Dr Robby Bowles Aug 10
Paper acceptance emails on a Friday afternoon are fantastic. Drinks on me. You just have to make it to Utah.
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Steven Burgess Aug 15
Hi tweeps, can anyone recommend good teaching resources for ? Pls RT
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Marianna Limas Aug 9
If you are interested in plant , join , a new online network that will keep you up to date with the latest papers and resources, they will also be running a series of webinars and podcasts:
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dana foss Aug 10
in the ?! You bet. Ross Wilson and I wrote a Spotlight article @TrendsinMolecMed to summarize the latest developments in RNP delivery by the Lee and Murthy labs.
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C. S. Prakash Aug 8
Rice yield increased by whopping 50% by simply mutating two genes by editing, alleles for grain number & panicle density genes. It would be foolhardy to subject this tech to onerous GMO regulation & kill it like as done to GMO. 3 B eat rice daily!
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Matt McCall Aug 16
Gene Editing stocks rally on news from FDA and NIH. One of my favorite long-term trends.
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Weigel Lab (immigrated 1989) Aug 10
Rui Wu in the lab made a nice new set of vectors: An efficient CRISPR vector toolbox for engineering large deletions in Arabidopsis thaliana Vectors available at
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Max Power Aug 8
hey fans. has undetectable off-target effect with . How is your data looking?
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