Gene Editing

Gene therapy is a medical technology which aims to produce a therapeutic effect through the manipulation of gene expression or through altering the biological properties of living cells.The first attempt at modifying human DNA was performed in 1980, by Martin Cline, but the first successful nuclear gene transfer in humans, approved by the National Institutes of Health, was performed in May 1989.

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Herpes cure with gene editing makes progress in laboratory studies Fred Hutch virologists eliminated at least 90% of HSV-1 in preclinical models of oral and genital herpes and reduced viral shedding in a study published in Nature Communications

50 years ago, chimeras gave a glimpse of gene editing’s future

Herpes cure with gene editing makes progress in laboratory studies

Herpes cure with gene editing makes progress in laboratory studies - EurekAlert

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Sickle-Cell Treatment Created With Gene Editing Wins U.K. Approval

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Controversial Chinese scientist He Jiankui proposes new gene editing research | CNN

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Scientists Are Gene-Editing Flies to Fight Crop Damage

Gene editing tool could help reduce spread of antimicrobial resistance

Harnessing Gene Editing in the Fight Against Antimicrobial Resistance

MIT’s New CRISPR-Based Gene-Editing Technique Transforms Cancer Mutation Studies

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Gene editing makes bacteria-killing viruses even more deadly

The Scientist Turned Biotech Empresario Who Changed How We Look At Gene Editing