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  • Fast and Efficient Knock-Ins was created by‘HOT' CRISPR Tool

    The potential that gene-editing tools such as CRISPR-Cas9 hold for eliminating disease and genetic disorders is immense.

    2020-03-10
  • Various CRISPR reagent and transfection methods were used to examine gene editing

    CRISPR-based genome editing relies on creating a double-strand DNA break to form an indel that can either cause frameshift mutations and disrupt the gene or enable the uptake of a donor template sequence.

    2020-03-09
  • Expanding the CRISPR Toolbox

    Rough-and-ready Cas9 enzymes are powerful and popular CRISPR tools, but they’re hardly the be-all, end-all of genome editing

    2020-03-06
  • Could a CRISPR Therapeutic Cure Sickle-Cell Disease?

    CRISPR therapeutics for sickle-cell disease, says IDT, need fewer off-target effects and more on-target efficiency

    2020-03-05
  • No Side Effects in Small Trial

    Advanced cancer patients treated with immune cells that underwent CRISPR-mediated gene editing exhibited no serious side effects, New Scientist reports. It notes that concerns about the treatment particularly revolved around whether unintended CRISPR cuts occur and turn those cell…

    2020-03-04
  • CRISPR gene cuts may offer new way to chart human genome

    In search of new ways to sequence human genomes and read critical alterations in DNA, researchers say they have successfully used the gene cutting tool CRISPR to make cuts in DNA around lengthy tumor genes, which can be used to collect sequence information.

    2020-03-03
  • Translating Pharmacomicrobiomics: Three Actionable Challenges/Prospects in 2020

    The year 2020 marks a decade since the term pharmacomicrobiomics was coined (Rizkallah et al., 2010) to crystallize a century-old concept of mutual interactions between humans, drugs, and the microbial world. The human microbiome, with its immense metabolic potential that exceeds …

    2020-03-02
  • Defect in the ATP13A2 Gene Can Lead to Parkinson’s

    Researchers at KU Leuven have discovered that a defect in the ATP13A2 gene causes cell death by disrupting the cellular transport of polyamines. When this happens in the part of the brain that controls body movement, it can lead to Parkinson's disease. With more than six million p…

    2020-02-28
  • CRISPR Too Much of a Good Thing for Some Bacterial Species

    As a bacterial immune system, CRISPR-Cas is supposed to impose cuts, not suffer them. Yet CRISPR-Cas has been eliminated from many bacterial genomes. How this happens isn't exactly clear, particularly since the presence or absence of CRISPR-Cas systems among and even within bacter…

    2020-02-27

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