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In the late 1980s and mid-1990s, genomes of diverse lineages of bacteria and archaea (the latter representing a domain of single-celled prokaryotic microorganisms) revealed clusters of regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats, known today under the abbreviation CRISPR. Later it was found that these repeat sequences (previously considered disparate) share a common set of features.
Study provides insights into pain signaling mechanism in the brain

Study provides insights into pain signaling mechanism in the brain

New method to treat blindness using retinal cell production

New method to treat blindness using retinal cell production

Researchers discover new way to refine production of retinal cells to treat blindness

Researchers discover new way to refine production of retinal cells to treat blindness

Finding new treatments for muscular dystrophy with CRISPR-Cas9

Finding new treatments for muscular dystrophy with CRISPR-Cas9

Humans are not the first to exploit benefits of CRISPR technique, research shows

Humans are not the first to exploit benefits of CRISPR technique, research shows

Discovery shows a novel opportunity for DOT1L inhibitors in cancer treatment

Discovery shows a novel opportunity for DOT1L inhibitors in cancer treatment

Researchers develop new kind of CRISPR screen technology to target RNA

Researchers develop new kind of CRISPR screen technology to target RNA

AMSBIO launch Coronavirus – COVID-19 research products

AMSBIO launch Coronavirus – COVID-19 research products

Max Planck researchers identify mechanistic basis of antigen receptor gene assembly

Max Planck researchers identify mechanistic basis of antigen receptor gene assembly

Prize-winning research offers a promising approach to improve regenerative medicine

Prize-winning research offers a promising approach to improve regenerative medicine

Fight for Sight funded researcher develops gene therapy approach for glaucoma

Fight for Sight funded researcher develops gene therapy approach for glaucoma

CRISPR-Cas system can be used to effectively target colitis pathogen

CRISPR-Cas system can be used to effectively target colitis pathogen

Researchers find way to inactivate cancer protein with the help of another protein

Researchers find way to inactivate cancer protein with the help of another protein

Study uncovers novel relationships between SLCs and cytotoxic drugs in human cells

Study uncovers novel relationships between SLCs and cytotoxic drugs in human cells

New genetic tool developed to label specific genes in human organoids

New genetic tool developed to label specific genes in human organoids

Researchers explore the role of SLC25A32 in cancer cell  proliferation

Researchers explore the role of SLC25A32 in cancer cell proliferation

Gene-editing technology may lead to new model for studying Parkinson’s disease

Gene-editing technology may lead to new model for studying Parkinson’s disease

New form of gene editing slows ALS progression in mice

New form of gene editing slows ALS progression in mice

Gene-editing is more error-prone than thought, new findings suggest

Gene-editing is more error-prone than thought, new findings suggest

Large non-protein coding gene regulates process vital to placental implantation in early pregnancy

Large non-protein coding gene regulates process vital to placental implantation in early pregnancy