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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.
Review: Role of Alternative Splicing Defects in Major Neurodegenerative Diseases

Review: Role of Alternative Splicing Defects in Major Neurodegenerative Diseases

Utilizing Genome Editing to Encourage High Crop Yields

Utilizing Genome Editing to Encourage High Crop Yields

Dual CRISPR Gene Drive Systems Target a Specific Gene

Dual CRISPR Gene Drive Systems Target a Specific Gene

CRISPR/Cas9 Unlocks the Key Gene in the Development of Coral Skeleton Formation

CRISPR/Cas9 Unlocks the Key Gene in the Development of Coral Skeleton Formation

Antioxidant Enzymes Relocate to the Nucleus in Response to DNA Damage

Antioxidant Enzymes Relocate to the Nucleus in Response to DNA Damage

Scientists Integrate Multiple Therapeutic Approaches to More Effectively Target Brain Metastatic Melanomas

Scientists Integrate Multiple Therapeutic Approaches to More Effectively Target Brain Metastatic Melanomas

Promising Gene Editing Tool Could Tackle Antimicrobial Resistance

Promising Gene Editing Tool Could Tackle Antimicrobial Resistance

Research Uncovers the Biology Underpinning a Rare Genetic Mutation Linked to Painlessness

Research Uncovers the Biology Underpinning a Rare Genetic Mutation Linked to Painlessness

Novel Gene-Editing Strategy Harnesses Unusual Protective Ability to Eliminate HIV-1 Infection

Novel Gene-Editing Strategy Harnesses Unusual Protective Ability to Eliminate HIV-1 Infection

A High-Throughput Assay for Identifying and Validating ECHS1 Enzyme Genetic Variants

A High-Throughput Assay for Identifying and Validating ECHS1 Enzyme Genetic Variants

Research Details the Food Safety Profile of Genetically Edited Allergen-Free Eggs

Research Details the Food Safety Profile of Genetically Edited Allergen-Free Eggs

Study Demonstrates the First Molecular Link Between Circatidal and Circadian Clocks

Study Demonstrates the First Molecular Link Between Circatidal and Circadian Clocks

Chemical Modification Improves Non-Viral Gene Editing as Well as a New Type of DNA Repair

Chemical Modification Improves Non-Viral Gene Editing as Well as a New Type of DNA Repair

Researchers Show a Second Key Gene Involved in Malaria's Resistance to Chloroquine

Researchers Show a Second Key Gene Involved in Malaria's Resistance to Chloroquine

Prime Editing System Could Accelerate the Study of Cancer-Linked Mutations

Prime Editing System Could Accelerate the Study of Cancer-Linked Mutations

Using Mass-Spectrometry-Based Cancer Proteomics Datasets to Discover Potential Therapeutic Targets

Using Mass-Spectrometry-Based Cancer Proteomics Datasets to Discover Potential Therapeutic Targets

Researchers Reveal the Initiation and Early Stages of Tube Formation in the Sea Star

Researchers Reveal the Initiation and Early Stages of Tube Formation in the Sea Star

Scientists Engineer the First CRISPR-Based Drug Candidate to Directly Target E. Coli

Scientists Engineer the First CRISPR-Based Drug Candidate to Directly Target E. Coli

STING-seq Discovers Causal Variants and Genetic Mechanisms for Blood Cell Traits

STING-seq Discovers Causal Variants and Genetic Mechanisms for Blood Cell Traits

Innate Tumor Suppression Mechanism Uncovered

Innate Tumor Suppression Mechanism Uncovered

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