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  • Gene Editing Will Change Everything—Just Not All at One Time
    January 2, 2015

    Transformative technology is still in its infancy but great things are expected in human health and industrial and agbio markets.
  • CRISPR—Fast, Easy … and Increasingly Accurate
    May 1, 2014

    The popular gene editing approach is proving to be a disruptive technology.
  • CRISPR Madness
    November 8, 2013

    Scientists are working out the kinks of this breakthrough technology.
  • Gene Editing Typos
    October 8, 2013

    Researchers use a human cell-based reporter assay to characterize off-target cleavage of CRISPR-associated (Cas)9-based RNA-guided nucleases.
  • CRISPR/Cas Comes of Age—Almost
    July 25, 2013

    Genetic tools based on components of a bacterial adaptive immune system may offer a set of novel tools for adding, deleting, or replacing specific genes in model organisms.
  • Gene Editing to Treat Genetic Diseases, Part II
    June 25, 2013

    This second part of a two-part article on treating Duchenne muscular dystrophy discusses TALENs and TAL effectors as possible treatments.
  • Gene Editing with Multiple Molecular Means
    June 13, 2013

    This first part of a two-part article on treating Duchenne muscular dystrophy focuses on a potential new treatment that interferes with nonsense mutations.
  • Accessible TALENs
    September 21, 2012

    The FLASH system is a rapid and cost-effective method for large-scale assembly of transcription activator-like effector nucleases.
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