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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.
Biosynthetic capacity allows cancer stem cells to contribute to tumor growth

Biosynthetic capacity allows cancer stem cells to contribute to tumor growth

Single-cell gene expression studies can shed more light on disrupted genes

Single-cell gene expression studies can shed more light on disrupted genes

Entos and Precision NanoSystems to develop vaccines and therapeutics using NanoAssemblr GMP System

Entos and Precision NanoSystems to develop vaccines and therapeutics using NanoAssemblr GMP System

Study shows how DNA mimic protein helps phages to attack their victims

Study shows how DNA mimic protein helps phages to attack their victims

A Step Toward A Better Way To Make Gene Therapies To Attack Cancer, Genetic Disorders

A Step Toward A Better Way To Make Gene Therapies To Attack Cancer, Genetic Disorders

Researchers use CRISPR/Cas9 to search for Alzheimer's-related genes

Researchers use CRISPR/Cas9 to search for Alzheimer's-related genes

Researchers use genome-wide CRISPR technology to identify leukemia's weakness

Researchers use genome-wide CRISPR technology to identify leukemia's weakness

Novel protein facilitates a critical event in mammalian fertilization

Novel protein facilitates a critical event in mammalian fertilization

Study clears potential obstacle to using gene drive strategy to control mosquitoes

Study clears potential obstacle to using gene drive strategy to control mosquitoes

Diagnostics, Meet CRISPR

Diagnostics, Meet CRISPR

How human cells recognize undesirable guests

How human cells recognize undesirable guests

New genetic techniques expand microbial research

New genetic techniques expand microbial research

Study examines molecular causes of spondylocostal dysostosis

Study examines molecular causes of spondylocostal dysostosis

Primitive bacterial parasites were first to use CRISPR to combat against one another

Primitive bacterial parasites were first to use CRISPR to combat against one another

New CRISPR technology targets thousands of genes

New CRISPR technology targets thousands of genes

Study explains “dark” portion of human genome implicated in various disorders

Study explains “dark” portion of human genome implicated in various disorders

Study reports first-ever application of CRISPR-Cas12b system in plant genome engineering

Study reports first-ever application of CRISPR-Cas12b system in plant genome engineering

Study explores the impact of solute carriers on the activity and potency of cytotoxic drugs

Study explores the impact of solute carriers on the activity and potency of cytotoxic drugs

New chromosome-level detectors developed to monitor cellular activity

New chromosome-level detectors developed to monitor cellular activity

WDR74 modulates melanoma tumorigenesis and metastasis through the RPL5–MDM2–p53 pathway

WDR74 modulates melanoma tumorigenesis and metastasis through the RPL5–MDM2–p53 pathway

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