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Science Magazine Apr 23
Editing DNA with -based systems has revolutionized the genome field—but more work is needed to detect when goes off-target. ($)
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Nienke de Graeff Apr 19
Curious to hear Jennifer Doudna talk about
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Andrew Bowman 1h
My first cell line. fused to the N-terminus of NASP with a TEV cleavage site (it is nuclear... That is what the 'N' stands for). Next steps: western blot and sequencing.
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Tony Hunter Apr 16
First US human gene therapies with 2 patients being treated for cancer by the U of Pennsylvania. Will this help with general approval of CRISPR editing of plants & animals once the public sees the benefits? ?
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Physiologia Plantarum 4h
The first highlight of our Special Issue discusses the current state of the -Cas technology, its application & its future in a turbulent socio-political landscape: For a bit of a bigger picture check here:
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Process 6h
Happy ! On April 25 in 1953, the structure of was officially published in Nature. This animation is from a tool we’ve built for the launch of ’s new website last year.
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HHMI BioInteractive 2h
may be over, but you can still celebrate with our interactive! Students explore CRISPR’s mechanisms and hear from leading scientists about how CRISPR is being used in the lab and in potential clinical applications.
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Jacob Corn Apr 18
Want to watch doing its thing in patient iPSCs and mice? Give DISCOVER-seq a try. Congrats to , and thanks to our wonderful collaborators! Follow up tweets have detailed protocols and software.
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Agility Health Tech 3h
could be used to repair defects causing lung disease and disorders in the , a study suggests:
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Eric Topol Apr 17
Oops. The genome editing went way off-target for RNA After all the recent studies on remarkable specificity, a chink in the armor by RonghaoZhou & J Keith Joung
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Daniel Kraft, MD Apr 21
"I think in the next five years the most profound thing we'll see in terms of 's effects on people's everyday lives will be in the agricultural sector," Jennifer Doudna, of ...
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Silvia Cardona 52m
Our manuscript on CRISPRi in Burkholderia is out!
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UW Virology 18h
Know a scientist interested in studying viral replication and evolution? Dr. Alex Greninger is seeking a Research Scientist 4 to help with proteomic and screens, deep mutational scans, and developing students and staff. Learn more, apply (& share):
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Dr. Götz Hensel 3h
Molecular basis of famous barley albostrians mutant uncovered. Study led by Nils Stein published in . I am happy to contribute mutants.
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Mpho Joan Mosia 3h
Feng Zhang Interesting plasmid
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Spencer Wells 5h
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Plush Art Lab 1h
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Dirk Inze Apr 24
Exciting news! The Australian government will not regulate gene-edited crops containing no foreign DNA. Again, this excellent decision makes one wonder why the EU decided differently.
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CRISPR blog 2h
& the media: a 5 years coverage analysis
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Kelvin Obakhavbaye 14h
Just did a revision on the entire DNA lessons I had last year with the help of to prepare for my undergraduate seminar on
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