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First CAR T-Cell Therapy Approved in U.S.

By | August 30, 2017

The genetically modified blood cells will be used for patients with a type of acute lymphoblastic leukemia, when other treatments fail.

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image: Skin Graft-based Gene Therapy Treats Diabetes in Mice

Skin Graft-based Gene Therapy Treats Diabetes in Mice

By | August 4, 2017

A small patch of engineered cells makes an enzyme that stimulates insulin release.

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Final Nail Hammered into NgAgo Coffin

By | August 3, 2017

The paper describing the gene-editing method is retracted.

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image: Scientists Edit Viable Human Embryos in U.S.

Scientists Edit Viable Human Embryos in U.S.

By | July 27, 2017

The embryos, whose genes were altered by CRISPR, were not intended for implantation. 

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image: CRISPR Restores Muscle Function in Mice

CRISPR Restores Muscle Function in Mice

By | July 17, 2017

Scientists use the gene-editing tool to treat animals with a rare form of congenital muscular dystrophy.

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image: CRISPR Corrects Duchenne-Causing Mutations

CRISPR Corrects Duchenne-Causing Mutations

By | April 12, 2017

Using CRISPR-Cpf1 gene editing, researchers have fixed mutations that cause a form of muscular dystrophy in cultured human cardiomyocytes and a mouse model.

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image: Massively Parallel Perturbations

Massively Parallel Perturbations

By | March 1, 2017

Scientists combine CRISPR gene editing with single-cell sequencing for genotype-phenotype screens.

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image: Infographic: Single-Cell CRISPR Screens

Infographic: Single-Cell CRISPR Screens

By | March 1, 2017

See how two new methods track responses to unique genetic manipulations in numerous individual cells in parallel.

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image: Smallest Cas9 Ortholog Reported

Smallest Cas9 Ortholog Reported

By | February 23, 2017

Researchers demonstrate the delivery of AAV-packaged CRISPR-CjCas9 into the muscles and eyes of mice.

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Speaking of Science Policy

By | February 21, 2017

Notable quotes from the American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting

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