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New gene-editing tool enables programming of sequential cuts over time

New gene-editing tool enables programming of sequential cuts over time

Researchers investigate how CF patients respond to COVID-19

Researchers investigate how CF patients respond to COVID-19

Scientists discover new immunotherapy target for malignant brain tumors

Scientists discover new immunotherapy target for malignant brain tumors

Suicide mosquitos may prevent the spread of Zika virus

Suicide mosquitos may prevent the spread of Zika virus

Two enzymes fuel transition from pre-cancer stem cells to leukemia stem cells

Two enzymes fuel transition from pre-cancer stem cells to leukemia stem cells

Researchers find microbiome-controlled anti-inflammatory subsets of astrocytes

Researchers find microbiome-controlled anti-inflammatory subsets of astrocytes

UC research team uses zebrafish to study a gene mutation that causes congenital scoliosis

UC research team uses zebrafish to study a gene mutation that causes congenital scoliosis

Study reveals significant role of ADAMTS1 protein in uveal melanoma

Study reveals significant role of ADAMTS1 protein in uveal melanoma

Researchers receive NIH grant to develop more effective flu vaccines

Researchers receive NIH grant to develop more effective flu vaccines

Researchers detect novel IRAK4 mutations in infant with encephalitis and HHV6 reactivation

Researchers detect novel IRAK4 mutations in infant with encephalitis and HHV6 reactivation

Study provides new insights into the molecular underpinnings of Duchenne muscular dystrophy

Study provides new insights into the molecular underpinnings of Duchenne muscular dystrophy

Researchers discover more accurate technique to study gene responsible for innate immunity

Researchers discover more accurate technique to study gene responsible for innate immunity

Networks of genes involved in congenital heart disease revealed

Networks of genes involved in congenital heart disease revealed

Study: TMEM41B transmembrane protein is a critical factor for SARS-CoV-2 replication

Study: TMEM41B transmembrane protein is a critical factor for SARS-CoV-2 replication

Scientists determine key molecular processes used by coronavirus to infect human cells

Scientists determine key molecular processes used by coronavirus to infect human cells

Free radicals may be important for the brain to remain adaptable

Free radicals may be important for the brain to remain adaptable

CRISPR-based test could provide rapid, low-cost testing to help control COVID-19 spread

CRISPR-based test could provide rapid, low-cost testing to help control COVID-19 spread

Researchers develop a promising fix to CRISPR-Cas9's unwanted changes problem

Researchers develop a promising fix to CRISPR-Cas9's unwanted changes problem

Researchers study SerpinB9 protein that could pave way to new immunotherapy approach

Researchers study SerpinB9 protein that could pave way to new immunotherapy approach

Telomere shortening helps prevent cancer in humans

Telomere shortening helps prevent cancer in humans