Two Patients Treated with CRISPRed Cells in Immunotherapy Trial
Two Patients Treated with CRISPRed Cells in Immunotherapy Trial
One person with multiple myeloma and one with sarcoma are the first so far to receive the genetically engineered T cells in the study.
Two Patients Treated with CRISPRed Cells in Immunotherapy Trial
Two Patients Treated with CRISPRed Cells in Immunotherapy Trial

One person with multiple myeloma and one with sarcoma are the first so far to receive the genetically engineered T cells in the study.

One person with multiple myeloma and one with sarcoma are the first so far to receive the genetically engineered T cells in the study.

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Two Patients Treated with CRISPRed Cells in Immunotherapy Trial
Two Patients Treated with CRISPRed Cells in Immunotherapy Trial
Shawna Williams | Apr 16, 2019
One person with multiple myeloma and one with sarcoma are the first so far to receive the genetically engineered T cells in the study.
Monkeys Genetically Edited to Mimic Human Brain Development
Monkeys Genetically Edited to Mimic Human Brain Development
Chia-Yi Hou | Apr 10, 2019
Rhesus monkeys engineered to express a human gene reportedly show delayed brain development and better short-term memory. Fellow scientists are raising ethical red flags.
WHO Panel Calls For a Registry of Gene-Editing Research in Humans
WHO Panel Calls For a Registry of Gene-Editing Research in Humans
Catherine Offord | Mar 20, 2019
The advisors’ recommendations follow news of ethically dubious gene-editing work carried out by He Jiankui late last year.
Scientists Push for a Moratorium on Human Germline Editing
Scientists Push for a Moratorium on Human Germline Editing
Ashley Yeager | Mar 13, 2019
After the reported birth of CRISPRed babies in China, experts want to take time to consider the scientific, social, ethical, and philosophical consequences of editing heritable human DNA.
Gene-Edited Soybean Oil Makes Restaurant Debut
Gene-Edited Soybean Oil Makes Restaurant Debut
Carolyn Wilke | Mar 13, 2019
A Minnesota-based company reports the sale of a soybean oil engineered to have greater stability and no trans-fat.
Image of the Day: An Infectious Glow
Image of the Day: An Infectious Glow
Carolyn Wilke | Mar 7, 2019
In CRISPRed fruit flies that lack certain antimicrobial peptides, bacterial infections flourish, as revealed by fluorescent markers.
China Proposes New Gene-Editing Regulations
China Proposes New Gene-Editing Regulations
Jef Akst | Feb 27, 2019
After the controversy of a Chinese scientist who was involved in editing the genomes of twin girls, the country puts forth tighter guidelines.
Preliminary Results Point to Success of In Vivo Gene Editing
Preliminary Results Point to Success of In Vivo Gene Editing
Carolyn Wilke | Feb 12, 2019
Two studies show signs that the introduced DNA is functioning, but it’s too early to know if patients actually benefit.
UC Berkeley Team to Be Awarded CRISPR Patent
UC Berkeley Team to Be Awarded CRISPR Patent
Kerry Grens | Feb 11, 2019
The group had argued that a patent given to the Broad Institute overlapped with this one.
Better Base Editing in Plants
Better Base Editing in Plants
Ruth Williams | Jan 31, 2019
Adenine editing enzymes have been adapted for use in plants.