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In the late 1980s and mid-1990s, genomes of diverse lineages of bacteria and archaea (the latter representing a domain of single-celled prokaryotic microorganisms) revealed clusters of regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats, known today under the abbreviation CRISPR. Later it was found that these repeat sequences (previously considered disparate) share a common set of features.
Unlocking the Potential of CRISPR/Cas13 for Antiviral Therapy

Unlocking the Potential of CRISPR/Cas13 for Antiviral Therapy

Unraveling the Mysteries of Brown Algae's Sex Chromosomes

Unraveling the Mysteries of Brown Algae's Sex Chromosomes

Multi-Tailed Strucrure Expands the Horizons of mRNA Therapeutics

Multi-Tailed Strucrure Expands the Horizons of mRNA Therapeutics

Latest CRISPR-Cas Gene Editing Can Eliminate All Traces of HIV Virus From Infected Cells

Latest CRISPR-Cas Gene Editing Can Eliminate All Traces of HIV Virus From Infected Cells

Targeting T Cell Metabolism to Boost Cancer Therapies

Targeting T Cell Metabolism to Boost Cancer Therapies

New CRISPR Method Allows Comprehensive Screening of Cancer Mutations

New CRISPR Method Allows Comprehensive Screening of Cancer Mutations

‘Like a PCR Lab in Your Pocket': New Test Strips Raise Game in Gene-Based Diagnostics

‘Like a PCR Lab in Your Pocket': New Test Strips Raise Game in Gene-Based Diagnostics

The Incredible Impact of Mass Spectrometry on Brain Imaging

The Incredible Impact of Mass Spectrometry on Brain Imaging

New Therapeutic Devices for Diseases with ‘Internet of Life’

New Therapeutic Devices for Diseases with ‘Internet of Life’

Retrotransposon-Based PRINT Technique Holds Potential for Precise Gene Insertion

Retrotransposon-Based PRINT Technique Holds Potential for Precise Gene Insertion

Telomerase's Double-Edged Sword: Preventing DNA Repair Mishaps

Telomerase's Double-Edged Sword: Preventing DNA Repair Mishaps

Researchers Identify Genes Linked to Genomic Instability and DNA Damage

Researchers Identify Genes Linked to Genomic Instability and DNA Damage

New Understanding of DNA Damage and Disease Risk

New Understanding of DNA Damage and Disease Risk

New Nanotool Detects Pathogens at a Fraction of the Cost

New Nanotool Detects Pathogens at a Fraction of the Cost

Unleashing the Potential of CRISPR-COPIES

Unleashing the Potential of CRISPR-COPIES

New CRISPR-Based Test Detects Mpox Faster

New CRISPR-Based Test Detects Mpox Faster

From Lab Trials to Clinical Studies - Integrin αV's Role in Cancer Prognosis

From Lab Trials to Clinical Studies - Integrin αV's Role in Cancer Prognosis

Promoter Mutations and Their Association with Autism Risk

Promoter Mutations and Their Association with Autism Risk

New Method Labels Viruses for Efficient Tracking and Tailoring

New Method Labels Viruses for Efficient Tracking and Tailoring

Versatility of Rfamgen using Diverse RNA Families

Versatility of Rfamgen using Diverse RNA Families

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