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Your personal genomic profile could guide treatment if you contract COVID

Over the past few months, a number of drugs have been under investigation to treat COVID-19 without well-established safety or data to ...
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Gene editing could cut food additive use and put more nutritious options in supermarkets

Dan Voytas | 
[In 2019], Minneapolis-based Calyxt introduced a soybean oil without trans fats for commercial sale. It was the first gene-edited food ...
New technique may yield gene-edited plants in a few weeks, instead of 9 months

New technique may yield gene-edited plants in a few weeks, instead of 9 months

A University of Minnesota research team recently developed new methods that will make it significantly faster to produce gene-edited plants ...
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Synthetic incompatibility: Preventing GMO mosquitos from spreading their genes

A major obstacle to applying genetic engineering to benefit humans and the environment is the risk that organisms whose genes ...
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