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Synthego adopts good manufacturing practices for highest-quality genome engineering for clinical applications

Synthego adopts good manufacturing practices for highest-quality genome engineering for clinical applications

Discovery of new killer T-cell offers hope of a 'one-size-fits-all' cancer therapy

Discovery of new killer T-cell offers hope of a 'one-size-fits-all' cancer therapy

UT Southwestern study identifies new vulnerability in kidney tumors

UT Southwestern study identifies new vulnerability in kidney tumors

Bath scientists identify promising route to develop new treatments for skin cancer

Bath scientists identify promising route to develop new treatments for skin cancer

Leukemic cells are addicted to vitamin B6, research shows

Leukemic cells are addicted to vitamin B6, research shows

Boosting the number of neurons improves learning and memory of old mice

Boosting the number of neurons improves learning and memory of old mice

Dresden scientists identify newborn neurons in zebrafish

Dresden scientists identify newborn neurons in zebrafish

The first clinical trials of CRISPR gene editing have shown promising results

The first clinical trials of CRISPR gene editing have shown promising results

Using CRISPR to switch off pain gene becomes a possibility with new study

Using CRISPR to switch off pain gene becomes a possibility with new study

Prison sentences given to scientists who gene-edited babies

Prison sentences given to scientists who gene-edited babies

Inserting end-modified DNA fragments with CRISPR-Cas9 yields highest efficiency

Inserting end-modified DNA fragments with CRISPR-Cas9 yields highest efficiency

Study uncovers a previously unknown subtype of muscle stem cells

Study uncovers a previously unknown subtype of muscle stem cells

First images of new gene editing complex which could upgrade CRISPR

First images of new gene editing complex which could upgrade CRISPR

Harvard scientists demonstrate possible strategy for achieving herpes virus control

Harvard scientists demonstrate possible strategy for achieving herpes virus control

Nanosize container can slip inside cells and deliver medicines, gene therapies

Nanosize container can slip inside cells and deliver medicines, gene therapies

New tool can rapidly reveal unintended changes made by CRISPR-directed gene editing

New tool can rapidly reveal unintended changes made by CRISPR-directed gene editing

Experts condemn CRISPR babies research as original manuscript is made public

Experts condemn CRISPR babies research as original manuscript is made public

New partnership aims to explore, cultivate innovations in cell and gene therapy

New partnership aims to explore, cultivate innovations in cell and gene therapy

White blood cells control final moments of their death

White blood cells control final moments of their death

New approach may help kill Mycobacterium tuberculosis

New approach may help kill Mycobacterium tuberculosis