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Something old, something new combine for effective vaccine against parasitic skin disease
Gene-edited livestock ‘surrogate sires’ successfully made fertile
Matching CRISPR to Job Improves Safety, Efficiency of Gene-Editing Tool
International project seeks to improve cancer-fighting therapeutics
CRISPaper: Understanding gene-editing through art
Cesar Orduña: Delivering free virus tests to Rhode Island’s underserved
Newly discovered anti-CRISPR protein gives viruses a leg up against bacteria
Engineers enlist fungi to advance against disease
Move over Akita: Introducing ‘Kuma Mutant’ Mice for Islet Transplantation Research
Lauren Brown: Simplifying hair care journey for Black women
Research cracks RNA structural code to create opportunities for plant, animal and human health
Megaphages harbor mini-Cas proteins ideal for gene editing
Monash University scientists engineer low-cost immunotherapies
‘Bystander’ Cs meet their match in gene-editing technique
New molecular tool precisely edits mitochondrial DNA
Green Glowing Worms Provide Live-Action Movies of Body’s Internal Scaffolding
New technique offers chemists unprecedented control in drug research
Newly discovered plant gene could boost phosphorus intake
Scientists Aim Gene-Targeting Breakthrough Against COVID-19
Taming CRISPR’s collateral damage
Scientists alter genes of innate immune cells with DNA-snipping tool
Citizen jury will deliberate on gene-editing regulation and ethics
Researchers identify neurons that regulate blood sugar
A step toward a more efficient way to make gene therapies to attack cancer, genetic disorders
Rice wins fed grant to advance sickle cell disease therapy
Gene-editing protocol for whitefly pest opens door to control
One-step diagnostic tool receives NSF RAPID grant
Scientists launch multiple studies into novel coronavirus
Reaching toward a cure for sickle cell disease
Reconstructing clock of human development
Facility to boost research into animal and human health
New funding to support male contraception studies
Professor calls for caution around gene editing in human embryos
Cells carrying Parkinson’s mutation could lead to new model for studying disease
CRISPR “Minigene” Approach Stops Genetic Liver Disease in Mice
Local genetic adaption helps sorghum crop hide from witchweed
MCRI hops on its bike – US funding received for MCRI research into two rare genetic diseases
Penn Researchers Identify Cancer Cell Defect Driving Resistance to CAR T Cell Therapy
Tiny salamander’s huge genome may harbor secrets of regeneration
In search for keys to regeneration, scientists ask a lot of axolotl
Supercluster launches project to breed high-protein canola
Placental protein makes a critical contribution to healthy fetal development
For CRISPR, tweaking DNA fragments before inserting yields highest efficiency rates yet
New methods promise to speed up development of new plant varieties
New Center for Innovating and Manufacturing Next-Generation Medicines Planned for Metro Boston
Dana-Farber joins with leading Boston teaching hospitals and universities
Cells control their dance of death
CRISPR: More than just for gene editing?