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New method to treat blindness using retinal cell production

New method to treat blindness using retinal cell production

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

Blood stem cells conserve epigenetic memory of previous infections to boost immunity

Blood stem cells conserve epigenetic memory of previous infections to boost immunity

Fight for Sight funded researcher develops gene therapy approach for glaucoma

Fight for Sight funded researcher develops gene therapy approach for glaucoma

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

Scientists discover new biological mechanism of insulin signaling

Scientists discover new biological mechanism of insulin signaling

New biological tool can detect and debug faulty genetic circuits

New biological tool can detect and debug faulty genetic circuits

Minigenes produced by CRISPR combat liver disease in mice

Minigenes produced by CRISPR combat liver disease in mice

Newly discovered large phages blur the life/non-life boundary

Newly discovered large phages blur the life/non-life boundary

Study explores how some mammals postpone development of their embryos

Study explores how some mammals postpone development of their embryos

CRISPR-edited immune cells can be safely given to cancer patients

CRISPR-edited immune cells can be safely given to cancer patients

Gene-editing taken to advanced levels in human stem cells

Gene-editing taken to advanced levels in human stem cells

Death receptor pathway drives resistance to CAR T cell therapy

Death receptor pathway drives resistance to CAR T cell therapy

Study on axolotl's ability to regenerate might help find ways to restore damaged tissue in humans

Study on axolotl's ability to regenerate might help find ways to restore damaged tissue in humans

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