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  • 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.
  • Six Websites You Need to Bookmark: August Picks
    August 2, 2013

    Check out these websites from GEN's Best of the Web.
  • 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.
  • Parsing the Phenome
    July 17, 2013

    Using metabolic phenotyping approaches, researchers are deconstructing gene-environment interactions and their contributions to disease risk at the personal and population scales.
  • Brain Engineering, CRISPRs, Mindclones, Avatars, and Much More
    June 21, 2013

    GEN’s John Sterling discusses his trip to the Global Future 2045 International Congress.
  • Chips By Choice
    June 12, 2013

    The technology that was slated to make microarrays obsolete has actually helped make them better.
  • Metagenomics May Hold Key to Novel Antibiotic Discovery
    June 6, 2013

    This relatively new science has the potential to fill a technological void.
  • Moving Genomics Closer to the Clinic
    May 16, 2013

    Foundation Medicine and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center are working to translate genomic information into personalized cancer treatment.
  • Your Genes, Your Choice?
    May 9, 2013

    Critics say the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics’ recent recommendations for reporting incidental clinical sequencing results undermine patient autonomy.
  • Arrivederci, GINA
    February 4, 2013

    New rules on protecting genetic privacy are under way, as study rekindles debate over sharing vs. protecting data.
  • Eric Schadt's Top 5 Genomic Predictions
    January 15, 2013

    Here are the five biggest advances the director of the Icahn Institute for Genomics and Multiscale Biology at Mount Sinai expects to see from genomic research in five years.
  • Biggest Biotech Trends of 2012
    December 31, 2012

    GEN takes a look back at some key biopharma developments of the past 12 months.
  • Genome Testing Reduces Overtreatment
    November 29, 2012

    Study after study has shown that molecular diagnostics can help oncologists more effectively treat patients.
  • The Long and the Short of DNA Sequencing
    November 19, 2012

    Third-generation sequencers improve on second-generation systems by offering longer reads.
  • Paging New Residents
    November 9, 2012

    Medical genetics groups look to programs, new video to boost sparse supply of students and graduates.
  • One Small Step, No Giant Leap for Privacy
    October 18, 2012

    Privacy and Progress in Whole-Genome Sequencing report lacks implementation framework.
  • Women Dominate 100+ Club
    September 27, 2012

    The centenarian gender gap is just one of the mysteries researchers hope to solve with new studies.
  • Ultralong Life Is in the Genes
    September 26, 2012

    Unknown genes are postulated to promote slower and healthier aging in some people.
  • 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.
  • Oncogene Addiction: Real or Not?
    August 20, 2012

    Emerging documentation is starting to address that question and increase understanding of process.

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