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08.09.18
Researchers can track cell development through 'genetic barcodes'
08.09.18

Researchers can track cell development through 'genetic barcodes'

Your humanity could soon be machine-readable.

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07.16.18
CRISPR might cause more unintended DNA damage than we thought
07.16.18

CRISPR might cause more unintended DNA damage than we thought

A new study found that the gene-editing technique caused major DNA deletions.

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02.15.18
Researchers use CRISPR to detect HPV and Zika
02.15.18

Researchers use CRISPR to detect HPV and Zika

They also use it to log a cell's history.

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01.07.18
Key CRISPR gene editing methods might not work for most humans
01.07.18

Key CRISPR gene editing methods might not work for most humans

Immune responses could make it too dangerous.

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09.28.17
Gene editing could make wheat safe for celiac sufferers
09.28.17

Gene editing could make wheat safe for celiac sufferers

Scientists are targeting a troublesome protein in gluten using CRISPR tech.

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09.25.17
CRISPR gene-editing could result in more successful birth rates
09.25.17

CRISPR gene-editing could result in more successful birth rates

A first-of-its-kind study used CRISPR tech to understand human embryo development.

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08.13.17
Gene editing technique could treat ALS and Huntington's disease
08.13.17

Gene editing technique could treat ALS and Huntington's disease

It might delay the onset of conditions that are normally inescapable.

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06.17.16
First US CRISPR gene editing trial in humans seeks approval
06.17.16

First US CRISPR gene editing trial in humans seeks approval

The federal board in charge of monitoring cutting-edge human experiments is meeting next week to discuss the gene-editing technique.

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05.05.15
NIH bans funding for genetic engineering of human embryos
05.05.15

NIH bans funding for genetic engineering of human embryos

Researchers from Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China made headlines late last month upon an...

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