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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.
Newly developed tool helps snip out faulty genes in a safe manner

Newly developed tool helps snip out faulty genes in a safe manner

Highlighting the potential of new techniques to study mental disorders

Highlighting the potential of new techniques to study mental disorders

Expanding the CRISPR-based toolbox for extensive genome engineering

Expanding the CRISPR-based toolbox for extensive genome engineering

Study offers insight into the working and importance of Fd/Trx pathway in plants

Study offers insight into the working and importance of Fd/Trx pathway in plants

CRISPR technology to improve the efficacy of immunotherapy

CRISPR technology to improve the efficacy of immunotherapy

Treatment using CRISPR alleviates swelling attacks in hereditary angioedema patients

Treatment using CRISPR alleviates swelling attacks in hereditary angioedema patients

Researchers unravel the role of plant hormones in preventing Striga infestations

Researchers unravel the role of plant hormones in preventing Striga infestations

Low protein synthesis in humans causes rare intestinal disease

Low protein synthesis in humans causes rare intestinal disease

New technique could help fine-tune the production of useful proteins

New technique could help fine-tune the production of useful proteins

Potential therapeutic strategy for medulloblastoma relapse

Potential therapeutic strategy for medulloblastoma relapse

Understanding the architectures of proteins and the machinery at genes

Understanding the architectures of proteins and the machinery at genes

Pioneering gene editing approach could lead to new treatments for CTLA-4 insufficiency

Pioneering gene editing approach could lead to new treatments for CTLA-4 insufficiency

Genome Editing Has A New Code

Genome Editing Has A New Code

Broadening the scope of CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing systems

Broadening the scope of CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing systems

Genomic research helps in tackling the fatal complications of fungal infections

Genomic research helps in tackling the fatal complications of fungal infections

Making synthetic biology applications feasible using RNA origami

Making synthetic biology applications feasible using RNA origami

Research team outlines three-step technique that lets human body defend against Hep B

Research team outlines three-step technique that lets human body defend against Hep B

Discovery of genes lending tolerance to sugarcane from pests, cold, and drought

Discovery of genes lending tolerance to sugarcane from pests, cold, and drought

Chromosome restructuring suppresses meiotic recombination

Chromosome restructuring suppresses meiotic recombination

Researchers reveal key developmental difference between the brains of modern humans and Neandertals

Researchers reveal key developmental difference between the brains of modern humans and Neandertals