CRISPR News and Research

Latest CRISPR News and Research

Rogue killer T cells associated with leukemia drive autoimmune diseases

Rogue killer T cells associated with leukemia drive autoimmune diseases

Researchers discover a new function of CRISPR/Cas9 gene scissors

Researchers discover a new function of CRISPR/Cas9 gene scissors

New CRISPR-based tool can snip out faulty genes and replace them with new ones

New CRISPR-based tool can snip out faulty genes and replace them with new ones

Discovery could lead to new mantle cell lymphoma drugs

Discovery could lead to new mantle cell lymphoma drugs

Creating New Targeted Antibacterial Products to Help Tackle Antimicrobial Resistance

Creating New Targeted Antibacterial Products to Help Tackle Antimicrobial Resistance

Rice bioengineer receives support for brain cancer research

Rice bioengineer receives support for brain cancer research

Gene mutation associated with autism causes an overstimulation of brain cells

Gene mutation associated with autism causes an overstimulation of brain cells

MIT researchers develop new technique for genome-wide studies of the liver

MIT researchers develop new technique for genome-wide studies of the liver

Study reveals mechanism by which malignant cells shut down anti-cancer immune responses

Study reveals mechanism by which malignant cells shut down anti-cancer immune responses

Behind the Scenes of the Oncology & Precision Medicine Conferences 2022

Behind the Scenes of the Oncology & Precision Medicine Conferences 2022

ELRIG: Bringing Life Sciences and Drug Discovery Communities Together

ELRIG: Bringing Life Sciences and Drug Discovery Communities Together

New CRISPR approach is a leap forward in developing personalized treatment for cancer

New CRISPR approach is a leap forward in developing personalized treatment for cancer

Treatment using CRISPR genome editing alleviates swelling attacks in hereditary angioedema patients

Treatment using CRISPR genome editing alleviates swelling attacks in hereditary angioedema patients

Scientists determine 5,072 essential human genes

Scientists determine 5,072 essential human genes

Novel gene editing therapy reduces circulating TTR protein levels in patients with ATTR amyloid cardiomyopathy

Novel gene editing therapy reduces circulating TTR protein levels in patients with ATTR amyloid cardiomyopathy

Study confirms the implication of Mib1 mutations in non-compaction cardiomyopathy

Study confirms the implication of Mib1 mutations in non-compaction cardiomyopathy

Study finds possible treatment strategy for Feingold syndrome type 1

Study finds possible treatment strategy for Feingold syndrome type 1

New control system could be used to finely tune the production of useful proteins

New control system could be used to finely tune the production of useful proteins

Specific stem cell protein found to be involved in the recurrence of medulloblastoma

Specific stem cell protein found to be involved in the recurrence of medulloblastoma

Yeast reveals a key mechanism in how genes are controlled

Yeast reveals a key mechanism in how genes are controlled