GEN Magazine

Volume 42, Issue No. 07, July 2022

GEN July 2022 cover

In the July issue of GEN, we welcome the boost of enthusiasm offered by a champion of all women who persist and pursue their passions. We’re talking about Chelsea Clinton, who answered our questions about her new book, She Persisted in Science. Although the book is meant to inspire young women to pursue scientific careers, it also has a lesson for all of us. Mainly, we can do great things if we believe in ourselves, broaden our ideas of what is possible, and work assiduously—and persistently—to achieve our goals. This lesson certainly wasn’t lost on any of the scientists who contributed to the advances celebrated in this issue of GEN. And there are so many advances! We present examples in spatial transcriptomics/proteomics, next-generation sequencing, CRISPR-based and CRISPR-less gene editing systems, pathway-savvy anti-inflammatory drugs, novel cancer immunotherapies, and point-of-service (and even home-based) PCR platforms.

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Spatial and NGS Dominate Proceedings at AGBT

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Anti-Inflammatory Drugs Demonstrate Pathway Savvy

New Directions in Cancer Immunotherapy

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Non-CRISPR Gene Editing Platforms Make the Cut … or Avoid Making It

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Base Editing: A Strong Contender in Cell and Gene Therapy


PCR Tools for the Rest of Us


Advancing CNS Drug Discovery with Translational EEG Biomarkers

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Arresting Cancer’s Wild Progress … One Cell at a Time

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Top 50 NIH-Funded Institutions of 2022

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Nonviral Gene Therapy Harnesses IL-10, Tames Inflammation

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Combating Solid Tumors with Adoptive T-Cell Therapy

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Exploring Spatial Biology at Every Scale

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Democratizing Next-Generation Sequencing

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Cas-CLOVER for Creating Improved Platform Cell Lines and Animal Models

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Biomarker Co-Expression Yields Insights

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Spatial Biology Guides Biomarker Discovery and Drug Development

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Spreading the Use of Spatial Transcriptomics

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The Greatest Gene Editing Technology on the Planet?

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Google Tech Dev Guide

ThorLabs Technical Resources


Humidification and Controlled Gas Composition

Stabilization of RNA in Fresh-Tissue Samples


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High-Throughput Flow Reactor for Process Chemists

She Persisted in Science: An Exclusive Interview With CHELSEA CLINTON

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First Monkeypox Virus Genome Sequence from Patient of Current Outbreak


Omicron Infections, Without Vaccinations, Provide Little Immunity

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Scribe Pursues CRISPR Therapies with Expanded Biogen Collaboration