Coronavirus genome – What do we know about genes of COVID-19?
Thorough review argues that we are still far from using CRISPR to create designer babies
Warburg-Cinotti syndrome (WRCN) and DDR2 gene
Is GEDmatch safe? Conflict over genetic privacy in the US
One step closer to CRISPR crops: gene editing delivered to plants via misters
Adenine base editors optimized for rice
Break in coverage: 21-29 Oct
New gene therapy for Parkinson’s disease: GDNF gene
CRISPR Cas13a used to reduce egg production in genetically modified mosquitos
Bacteria helped plants to colonize the land
Recent coronavirus outbreak brought the science of genomics into the center of world’s attention: genome…
CRISPR technology is relatively easy to use in the laboratory setting, but the complexity rises…
Genetic Engineering and Society
The list of problems includes: Low efficiency of in vitro fertilization procedures (successful only in…
Few days ago, law enforcement agencies in Florida gained warrant to access GEDmatch – genetic…
Scientists in a collaboration of Seoul (South Korea) institutions trained a deep learning model on ~13 thousand examples of CRISPR-Cas9 activity. This new tool, given…
The anonymous woman inherited familial Alzheimer's disease - caused by presenilin variant (PSEN1 E280). Normally she would develop severe disease in her 50s, but two…
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Quote of November 2019
The approach is so simple it could be undertaken in a backyard lab. Huge applications across many fronts, but also raises many concerns. Another chapter opens in our genetic future.
– About new method of CRISPR delivery. Described here: gene editing via spraying.