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Simple and inexpensive method to cut DNA could transform genetic medicine

Simple and inexpensive method to cut DNA could transform genetic medicine

New technique can precisely add or delete genes in living cells

New technique can precisely add or delete genes in living cells

Safer alternative to experimental gene therapy against HIV infection

Safer alternative to experimental gene therapy against HIV infection

Nature publishes Sangamo's gene correction strategy for A1AT deficiency

Nature publishes Sangamo's gene correction strategy for A1AT deficiency

Sangamo's SB-509 fails to meet key endpoints in Phase 2b study for diabetic neuropathy

Sangamo's SB-509 fails to meet key endpoints in Phase 2b study for diabetic neuropathy

Advancements in use of zinc finger nucleases to produce genetically modified pigs

Advancements in use of zinc finger nucleases to produce genetically modified pigs

STSI receives NIH grant to conduct heart-based research

STSI receives NIH grant to conduct heart-based research

In vivo genome editing restores hemostasis in mouse model of blood clotting disorder

In vivo genome editing restores hemostasis in mouse model of blood clotting disorder

Sangamo announces presentations of ZFP Therapeutics data at ASGCT 2011

Sangamo announces presentations of ZFP Therapeutics data at ASGCT 2011

Sigma-Aldrich unveils new Sigma Life Science brand and website platform

Sigma-Aldrich unveils new Sigma Life Science brand and website platform

Donald Danforth Plant Science Center researchers enter into research collaboration with Dow AgroSciences

Donald Danforth Plant Science Center researchers enter into research collaboration with Dow AgroSciences

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