Last Updated: Jul 14, 2016
- Monogenic Diabetes: Implementation of translational genomic research towards precision medicine.
Vaxillaire Martine et al. Journal of diabetes 2016 Jul
- CRISPR/Cas9-Mediated Genome Editing of Herpesviruses Limits Productive and Latent Infections.
van Diemen Ferdy R, Kruse Elisabeth M, Hooykaas Marjolein J G, Bruggeling Carlijn E, Schürch Anita C, van Ham Petra M, Imhof Saskia M, Nijhuis Monique, Wiertz Emmanuel J H J, Lebbink Robert Jan.PLoS pathogens 2016 Jun (6) e1005701
- Theyre going to CRISPR people. What could possibly go wrong?
S Begeley, StatNews, June 24, 2016
- Ethics committee gives nod for CRISPR trials on humans
R Bazeley, PHG Foundation, June 23, 2016
- Genome editing: promising, but beware the hype
L Blackburn, PHG Foundation, June 15, 2016
- Genome editing: promising, but beware the hype,
by Dr Laura Blackburn, PHG Foundation, June 15, 2016
- Use of genome-editing tools to treat sickle cell disease.
Tasan Ipek et al. Human genetics 2016 Jun
- What is CRISPR? And how can it be used to turn genes 'off'?
M Shipman, Phys.Org, June 14, 2016
- Gene editing can drive science to openness
Nature News, June 8, 2016
- Editing our genes to cure not just treat disease,
by Meg Tirrell, CNBC, May 27, 2016
- Is Gene Editing in Our Future?
J Briggs, Mayo Clinic Blog Post, May 2016
- The gene editor CRISPR wont fully fix sick people anytime soon. Heres why
J Kaiser, Science Magazine, May 3, 2016
- Advances in Genome Editing,
by Catherine Offord, The Scientist, April 20, 2016
- Gene-editing hack yields pinpoint precision Disabled CRISPR enzyme allows efficient single-letter DNA changes.
H Ledford, Nature News, April 20, 2016
- Gene-Editing Technique Improves Immunotherapy
Genetics Engineering and Biotechnology News, April 18, 2016
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