Last Posted: Sep 16, 2021
- Germline genome modification through novel political, ethical, and social lenses.
Xafis Vicki et al. PLoS genetics 2021 17(9) e1009741
- Trove of CRISPR-like gene-cutting enzymes found in microbes- The search for a CRISPR enzyme’s ancestors has revealed more than one million potential genome-editing tools.
H Ledford, Nature, September 10, 2021
- The future of genome editing innovations in the EU.
Smyth Stuart J et al. Trends in biotechnology 2021
- A first step toward in vivo gene editing in patients
H Buning et al, Nature Medicine, August 30, 2021
- Governing Human Germline Editing Through Patent Law.
Sherkow Jacob S et al. JAMA 2021 8
- Governing Heritable Human Genome Editing: A Textual History and a Proposal for the Future.
Walters LeRoy et al. The CRISPR journal 2021 4(4) 469-476
- A virtual deliberative public engagement study on heritable genome editing among South Africans: Study protocol.
Thaldar Donrich et al. PloS one 2021 16(8) e0256097
- Combination of lentiviral and genome editing technologies for the treatment of sickle cell disease.
Ramadier Sophie et al. Molecular therapy : the journal of the American Society of Gene Therapy 2021
- An uneven race: genome editing for parasitic worms
Sankaranarayanan G, et al. Nature Microbiol, Aug 17, 2021.
- What If You Could Become Invisible to Mosquitoes? Using Crispr, scientists have taken the first step toward creating a mosquito that is blind to human hosts.
S Imbler, NY Times, August 2021
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