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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.
Deciphering the largest CRISPR system

Deciphering the largest CRISPR system

Rice engineers use gene editing to facilitate drug discovery based on natural fungus

Rice engineers use gene editing to facilitate drug discovery based on natural fungus

CRISPR-based COVID-19 surveillance

CRISPR-based COVID-19 surveillance

NIH awards $1.2 million grant to create humanized mice susceptible to COVID-19

NIH awards $1.2 million grant to create humanized mice susceptible to COVID-19

Scientists create new mouse model of permanent neonatal diabetes

Scientists create new mouse model of permanent neonatal diabetes

Horizon Discovery introduces single cell RNAseq-linked CRISPR screening service

Horizon Discovery introduces single cell RNAseq-linked CRISPR screening service

Study shows how regulatory mechanisms contribute to formation of tissues in mouse embryo

Study shows how regulatory mechanisms contribute to formation of tissues in mouse embryo

NCI gives 'exceptional' rating to Penn's Abramson Cancer Center

NCI gives 'exceptional' rating to Penn's Abramson Cancer Center

Genetic variation influencing chromatin states associated with neuropsychiatric disorders

Genetic variation influencing chromatin states associated with neuropsychiatric disorders

CNIO and HKUST researchers identify how some gliomas acquire chemoresistance

CNIO and HKUST researchers identify how some gliomas acquire chemoresistance

ALKBH5 enzyme shows promising target for cancer immunotherapy

ALKBH5 enzyme shows promising target for cancer immunotherapy

NIH invests $248.7 million in new COVID-19 testing technologies to meet U.S. demand

NIH invests $248.7 million in new COVID-19 testing technologies to meet U.S. demand

15 young scientists receive Damon Runyon Fellowship Award to pursue cancer research

15 young scientists receive Damon Runyon Fellowship Award to pursue cancer research

Olympus and Cytosurge collaborate to deliver a complete single-cell and CRISPR genetic manipulation solution in the Americas

Olympus and Cytosurge collaborate to deliver a complete single-cell and CRISPR genetic manipulation solution in the Americas

New strategy may help guard beta cells, slow the onset of type 1 diabetes

New strategy may help guard beta cells, slow the onset of type 1 diabetes

Olympus and Cytosurge collaborate to deliver a complete single-cell and CRISPR genetic manipulation solution in the Americas

Olympus and Cytosurge collaborate to deliver a complete single-cell and CRISPR genetic manipulation solution in the Americas

New genome-editing technologies can help understand disease-associated genetic mutations

New genome-editing technologies can help understand disease-associated genetic mutations

New strategy allows long-term, non-invasive tracking of cardiomyocytes

New strategy allows long-term, non-invasive tracking of cardiomyocytes

Vesigen Therapeutics to develop and commercialize novel drug-delivery technologies

Vesigen Therapeutics to develop and commercialize novel drug-delivery technologies

Newly identified enzyme provides a new tool in CRISPR genome editing toolbox

Newly identified enzyme provides a new tool in CRISPR genome editing toolbox