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CRISPR News Oct 6
Japan set to allow and even encourage gene editing in human embryos
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Parker Institute 3h
TODAY! Sean Parker, founder of Parker Institute, to interview PICI researcher Alex Marson, PhD, of UCSF on why DNA is the most exciting programming language today and his recent work making gene-editing easier, cheaper and faster⚡ 👀 WATCH LIVE:
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STAT Oct 8
WATCH: Our two-minute explainer on how works.
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Nucleus Biologics 3m
Does have you confused? Check out this amazing video to learn the basics of and to understand how this innovative technique is revolutionizing
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Lluis Montoliu 46m
Wanna know why base editors will likely be the first tool variant to be used in therapy? Because the majority of human genetic variants associated with pathologies are just single nucleotide substitutions. A review to be read
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Gaetan Burgio 10h
Replying to @GaetanBurgio
This leads to a change in phenotype but interestingly increase in anti AAV9 antibodies and antibodies titration against SpCas9 while the editing rate goes away 3 months after injection
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CRISP_SCIENCE 10h
A Prostate Cancer Risk Element Functions as a Repressive Loop that Regulates HOXA13. Luo Z, Rhie SK, Lay FD, Farnham PJ. Cell Rep. 2017 Nov 7;21(6):1411-1417 "-Cas9 -> one anchor point of CTCF loop/PCa risk resion"
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STAT Oct 8
To cure genetic diseases in the womb, base editing, now successfully performed in fetal mice, may be an alternative to replacing an entire defective gene.
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Andrew J. Crawford 21m
Genomic and transcriptomic resources for Iberian ribbed newt (Pleurodeles waltl, 20 Gb genome) with successful appl. of /Cas9 to study limb . From 2017 in
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Cambio Ltd 12h
PCR from cells? Start with QuickExtract for fast cell lysis for mutation detection assays & more from
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Malcolm White 1h
Projects working on available in our lab
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Emily Roads 6h
Replying to @EmilyRoads_
Dr Mariette Andersson explaining the wonders of and her research using technology to create even more nutritious potatoes, bioplastics using potato starch, crops with greater pest, disease and drought resistance - even better for Belgian frites 🥔🍟
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seventh 21h
Meet the Scientists Bringing Extinct Species Back From the Dead using - The Wall Street Journal
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ImmunoSCOPE 2h
Base editing: precision chemistry on the genome and transcriptome of living cells | | David Liu | Review
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Raul Llera Oct 13
Because , that's why
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Evan Iwata 1h
Yeah, but are they CRISP?
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CRISP_SCIENCE Oct 14
[PATENT] Chimeric DNA:RNA Guide for High Accuracy Cas9 Genome Editing. US2018/0282722 PubDate 10/04/2018. Inventors Jakimo N, Chatterjee P, Jacobson JM. Assignee MIT
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Gaetan Burgio 10h
Replying to @GaetanBurgio
So in short this is a very cool study demonstrating a rescue of a neonatal lethal phenotype using base editing and adenoviral delivery. However The rise in antibodies titration against the adenovirus and SpCas9 could be worrying and have potentially severe side effects
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Jorge González 1h
Replying to @mjdelrio
One word, one hope:
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Health@ASU 4h
Two ASU professors are among the first recipients of NIH grants to study the genome editing technology known as .
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