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Labrador dogs gene-edited and cloned to prevent inherited hip disease

CRISPR gene editing has been used to try to prevent a genetic disorder in dogs for the first time, in…

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It’s now easier to run trials testing CRISPR-edited crops in England

By Adam Vaughan Genetically modified crops being grown as part of a trial in Argentina MARCELO MANERA/AFP via Getty Images…

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Tomato is first CRISPR-edited food to go on sale in the world

By Michael Le Page Tomatoes with genes edited by CRISPR technology are now on sale in Japan Courtesy of Sanatech…

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Weird ‘Borg’ DNA found in microbes takes in genes from other organisms

By Claire Ainsworth Archaea in the genus Methanoperedens produce methane and are found in places with low or no oxygen…

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Astronauts show how CRISPR gene editing works in space | Engadget

CRISPR gene editing is no longer confined to Earth. Astronaut Christina Koch and scientists have successfully demonstrated CRISPR-Cas9 in space…

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CRISPR gene-editing treatment could reach patients ‘very, very soon’: Intellia CEO

Following a breakthrough trial where gene-editing technology CRISPR completed its first systematic delivery as medicine to a human body, Intellia…

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Three-in-one approach boosts the silencing power of CRISPR

Originally discovered as a bacterial mode of defense against invading viruses, the remarkable ability of CRISPR-Cas9 to modify specific locations…

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Crispr gene-editing ‘revolution’ treats internal organ for first time

A US start-up has successfully treated the first patients using a Crispr gene-editing therapy directed inside the body to an…

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CRISPR gene editing breakthrough could treat many more diseases | Engadget

CRISPR gene editing already promises to fight diseases that were once thought unassailable, but techniques so far have required injecting…

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Selfish genes fight each other with DNA-destroying CRISPR systems

By Michael Le Page An illustration of plasmids, small circles of bacterial DNA NANOCLUSTERING/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY Bacteria host bits of…

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