Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
H+ Weekly 2h
Gene Editing Using : Zebrafish as a Model System for Research
Reply Retweet Like
EmergingTech Project 14h
Malware is a better metaphor for what does than molecular scissors. Which is precisely why it needs to be regulated:
Reply Retweet Like
Christiana Care Gene Editing Institute Aug 12
Still not sure how works or understand its applications? Learn more:
Reply Retweet Like
The Royal Vox Post Aug 14
: scientists created a more efficient version of the tool, allowing them to modify multiple genetic elements simultaneously. The technique could help identify and control the sophisticated genetic programs underlying complex cell behaviors
Reply Retweet Like
Gaetan Burgio 3h
This is a cool & excellent paper demonstrating that small RNA PhrS regulates type I-F by binding CRISPR leaders to suppress Rho-dependent transcription termination & facilitates crRNA biogenesis. Fascinating role of a sRNA on CRISPR immunity
Reply Retweet Like
Che Stafford 7h
There should be a knock-in support group. Each failed attempt should be met with a hug, supportive words and an ice cream
Reply Retweet Like
moligotech 3h
CRISPR enters its first human clinical trials. The gene editor targets cancer, blood disorders and blindness. The gene editor targets cancer, blood disorders and blindness - From
Reply Retweet Like
Sheo S Rai 10h
"The ‘Sputnik 2.0 race’ is far from over, and the good news is that the competition will almost invariably lead to new discoveries and solutions that can be beneficial for all of humanity."
Reply Retweet Like
F William Engdahl 2h
Reply Retweet Like
Florian Hahn Aug 16
You are working with in ? Then our new preprint might be of interest for you... Let me explain you why our new based toolkit could accelerate your research...
Reply Retweet Like
CHASSY EU 5h
Lovely to see so many authors on this paper and many others in the special issue for .
Reply Retweet Like
Gaetan Burgio Aug 17
This piece is an incredible overhype BS on epigenome and increase longevity . Sentences such as “Izpisúa Belmonte ... has access to an inconceivable power. These mice, it seems, have sipped from a fountain of youth.” are unbelievable. Disappointing!
Reply Retweet Like
Thomas Frey CSP Aug 16
Reply Retweet Like
UCSF Medical Center Aug 16
UCSF scientists developed a new technique to study , using a version of gene editing & stem cell-derived neurons. “Prior to this study, there were significant limitations that restricted what scientists could do,” says.
Reply Retweet Like
Synthego Aug 16
Interested in doing knock-ins but not sure where to start? Download this Tips & Tricks on how to optimize a knock-in experiment to get the best results.
Reply Retweet Like
Sci X South West Aug 16
Lineup announcement: Join Steve "" Litherland at the Know Show at for his sultry science set on a popular gene-editing technique and its potential uses, as well what happens when placed in the hands of rogue scientists - "Careless "
Reply Retweet Like
Synthego Aug 16
How is genome editing of furthering biomedical research? Find out in this article:
Reply Retweet Like
TheorApplGenet Aug 16
Using to evaluate 10 heading time genes on reproductive transition and yield components in rice:
Reply Retweet Like
Synthego Aug 15
In this article, we discuss the basics of and how is transforming cancer medicine.
Reply Retweet Like
Burak Berber Aug 15
- CRISPR ?! - DNA: I hardly know her ! 😀 . . .
Reply Retweet Like