Last Posted: Apr 19, 2022
- Biotech firm announces results from first US trial of genetically modified mosquitoes Oxitec reports that its insects behaved as planned — but a larger trial is needed to learn whether they can reduce wild mosquito populations.
E Waltz, Nature, April 18, 2022
- A Closing Window of Opportunity for Gene Drive Governance in the United States.
Warmbrod Kelsey Lane et al. Health security 2022 20(1) 3-5
- Ethical Considerations for Gene Drive: Challenges of Balancing Inclusion, Power and Perspectives.
Kormos Ana et al. Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology 2022 10826727
- The Need for a Tiered Registry for US Gene Drive Governance.
Warmbrod Kelsey Lane et al. Health security 2022 1
- Gene drives gaining speed
E Bier, Nature Rev Genetics, August 6, 2021
- Risk management recommendations for environmental releases of gene drive modified insects.
Devos Yann et al. Biotechnology advances 2021 107807
- Gene-drive suppression of mosquito populations in large cages as a bridge between lab and field
A Hammond et al, Nature Communication, July 28, 2021
- How An Altered Strand Of DNA Can Cause Malaria-Spreading Mosquitoes To Self-Destruct
R Stein, NPR, July 28, 2021
- Governing Gene Drive Technologies: A Qualitative Interview Study.
de Graeff N et al. AJOB empirical bioethics 2021 1-18
- First genetically modified mosquitoes released in the United States
E Watz, Nature News, May 4, 2021
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