gene editing

Patrick DalyASCO 2022 | August 28, 2023
In a study presented at the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting, researchers assessed two unique ...
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Jessie Holtzman, MDCardioNerds | July 8, 2021
This article was written by Jesse Holzman, MD, and internal medicine resident at the University of California and a ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | December 13, 2019
Details that have recently emerged regarding the “CRISPR babies,” human embryos that were genetically modified to be ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | November 7, 2019
A new protein that can enhance the accuracy of CRISPR gene therapy was recently developed by researchers from City ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | August 29, 2023
A more efficient approach to gene therapy that could lower costs and improve patient outcomes has recently been ...
DocWire News EditorsOncology | April 13, 2023
A research team from the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York have recently identified two cell mutations that work ...
DocWire News EditorsSickle Cell Disease | September 12, 2023
A unique, improved viral vector for use in treating sickle cell disease with gene therapy has recently been created by ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | August 29, 2023
A research team from the University of Missouri School of Medicine has recently used CRISPR to edit a genetic mutation ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | August 29, 2023
Researchers from Weill Cornell Medicine in New York are using CRISPR to edit genes within human sperm. These genetic ...
DocWire News EditorsSickle Cell Disease | August 29, 2023
Last week, a patient received CRISPR gene therapy to treat a genetic disease for the first time in the U.S. The ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | July 23, 2019
Scientists from Peking University have recently created a gene-editing technique that has great potential in treating ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | July 22, 2019
Researchers from the University at Buffalo recently managed to control a gene that is essential in the human growth ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | July 19, 2019
Gene therapy is a technique that involves addition of functional genes to a patient’s cells to take the place of ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | August 29, 2023
Gene therapy has become an area of interest in treating diseases such as sickle cell, cancer, blindness, AIDS, and more. ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | April 12, 2019
A new gene editing system, called CRISPR-Cas3 has been developed by a group of researchers that that can erase long DNA ...
Kerri FitzgeraldFuture of Medicine | August 29, 2023
“Early and ongoing support from leading agencies has catalyzed progress for gene therapies,” said Alexis A. ...
DocWire News EditorsCardiology | December 9, 2018
Researchers have recently edited a genetic locus associated with cardiovascular disease out of cells’ genomes to ...
DocWire News EditorsASH Annual Meeting 2018 | August 29, 2023
A proof-of-principle study has shown that cells edited to remove the genetic mechanisms for turning down the production ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | September 12, 2023
He Jiankui, a Chinese researcher, claims that he has assisted in creating the world’s first genetically edited babies ...
Kerri FitzgeraldOncology | July 16, 2018
Researchers have developed an efficient, precise, and quicker method to remove genes from white blood cells using ...
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