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From health clinics to farms, CRISPR has a bright future, but diligence required to limit ‘off-target’ effects

Dana Carroll | 
The ability to make targeted, intentional changes in chromosomal DNA using the tools of genome editing has been a tremendous ...
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Will gene editing boost food production? The potential of a ‘revolutionary technology’

Zhang et al. | 
Genome-editing tools provide advanced biotechnological techniques that .... have been utilized in a wide variety of plant species to characterize ...
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With regulation bottlenecks surrounding biotechnology, how do gene-edited crops get from the lab to the farm?

Armin Scheben, David Edwards | 
Restrictive regulation of genome-edited crops could limit the future impact of these crops on agriculture. Globally, genome-edited crops are currently ...
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Finding ‘surprising and novel’ applications for consumer genomics

David Mittelman, Razib Khan | 
With more than 10 million genotyped customers, the consumer genomics industry is maturing and becoming a mainstream phenomenon. At last, ...
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Rumors of the death of consumer genomics greatly exaggerated

Direct-to-consumer genetic testing can offer exciting new ways of understanding ourselves and so far we've only seen the tip of ...
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Rumors of the death of consumer genomics greatly exaggerated

David Mittelman | 
Direct-to-consumer genetic testing can offer exciting new ways of understanding ourselves and so far we've only seen the tip of ...