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Small Molecule Restores TERT Levels to Combat Aging-Related Decline

Small Molecule Restores TERT Levels to Combat Aging-Related Decline

Structural Insights into a Novel Gene-Editing Tool

Structural Insights into a Novel Gene-Editing Tool

RNAConnect, Inc. Formally Launched to Drive RNA Analysis

RNAConnect, Inc. Formally Launched to Drive RNA Analysis

Retrotransposon-Based PRINT Technique Holds Potential for Precise Gene Insertion

Retrotransposon-Based PRINT Technique Holds Potential for Precise Gene Insertion

Unlocking Precise DNA Modifications With Cas12a Innovations

Unlocking Precise DNA Modifications With Cas12a Innovations

Structural Insights Unmask Novel Adaptations and Functions of Human LINE-1 ORF2

Structural Insights Unmask Novel Adaptations and Functions of Human LINE-1 ORF2

Pusan National University Scientists Explore OsMATL2 Gene as a Candidate for Haploid Induction in Rice

Pusan National University Scientists Explore OsMATL2 Gene as a Candidate for Haploid Induction in Rice

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

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

High correlation between the product of a gene in the majority of cancers

High correlation between the product of a gene in the majority of cancers

Effective and faster methodology detects RNA viruses based on the triplex-forming probe technology

Effective and faster methodology detects RNA viruses based on the triplex-forming probe technology

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

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

Analyzing and acknowledging HIV protein may result in new treatments, study reveals

Analyzing and acknowledging HIV protein may result in new treatments, study reveals

New technique shows how tRNA folding changes help to treat RNA-linked diseases

New technique shows how tRNA folding changes help to treat RNA-linked diseases

Endogenous retroviruses in the human genome are likely to pose a risk in regenerative medicine

Endogenous retroviruses in the human genome are likely to pose a risk in regenerative medicine

Human cells can convert RNA sequences into DNA

Human cells can convert RNA sequences into DNA

New plasmofluidic chip could accelerate diagnosis during current and future pandemics

New plasmofluidic chip could accelerate diagnosis during current and future pandemics

Supercomputer simulations help uncover the mechanism for HIV replication

Supercomputer simulations help uncover the mechanism for HIV replication

New highly sensitive RNA detection method advances in situ transcriptomics

New highly sensitive RNA detection method advances in situ transcriptomics

Discovery of 'Achilles heel' in protein crucial to HIV virulence paves way for new drugs

Discovery of 'Achilles heel' in protein crucial to HIV virulence paves way for new drugs

Exploiting CRISPR systems for the fast detection of SARS-CoV-2

Exploiting CRISPR systems for the fast detection of SARS-CoV-2

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