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Gene-editing pipeline takes off

Clinical trials of genome-editing agents — including CRISPR–Cas9 editors, zinc finger nucleases and TALENs — are pushing ex vivo, immuno-oncology and in vivo treatment frontiers.   Focus CRISPR Client UC Berkeley READ THE ...

Coronavirus: a world transformed

Paul Laudicina at Kearney’s Global Business Policy Council interviews CRISPR pioneer Dr. Jennifer Doudna who is doing new work to understand and slow the spread of COVID-19. They discuss the ...

How the coronavirus will transform science

From the moment the world heard about a novel coronavirus, known now as SARS-CoV-2, causing widespread respiratory illnesses in China, scientists leapt into action. Academic, government, and industry labs mobilized ...

U.C. Berkeley Opens COVID-19 Testing Lab

Jennifer Doudna, biochemist at University of California at Berkeley and CRISPR co-inventor, discusses the partnership between the Innovative Genomic Institute and the university to run rapid response testing during ...

C&EN’s 2020 Trailblazers

In total, the women profiled in C&EN's 2020 Trailblazers have launched more than 30 start-ups aimed at developing treatments for rare diseases, building better batteries, and more. They’re scientists ...

Expanding the CRISPR Toolbox

If your only CRISPR tool is an ordinary Cas9 enzyme, you might imagine that every genome editing problem has the same solution, a blunt double-strand break. Fortunately, ordinary Cas9 ...

The Long View On Gene Editing

It began as an effort to understand how microbes fight viral infections. Within their chromosomes bacteria store snippets of DNA taken from the viruses they encounter. These fragments, which ...
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