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Can the RNA editing race challenge the potential of CRISPR’s DNA editing?

RNA, a short-lived cousin to its better-known partner DNA, is the blueprint for protein production in cells. [Biotech entrepreneur Joshua] ...
1-19-2019 for your baby

What you eat as an infant shapes your gut microbiome for years

As soon as we are born, the collection of bacteria that colonize and collaborate with our digestive system starts to ...
1-17-2019 alzheimers blood test

We could soon have a blood test for Alzheimer’s

Approximately 5.5 million Americans over the age of 65 cope with [Alzheimer’s disease]. Symptoms include behavioral changes, cognitive difficulties, and ...
evolution

Directed evolution and Nobel Prize winner Frances Arnold

“Life is a tornado, and I am a leaf,” [Nobelist Frances H.] Arnold says. As the Linus Pauling Professor of ...
mrna

‘Software of life’ and why messenger RNA could be the next big thing in pharmaceuticals

“Why are we so passionate about messenger RNA?” Moderna President Stephen Hoge asked the attentive audience. “It starts with the ...
exosomes

‘The potential here is huge’: Using exosomes to package and deliver drug therapy

Millions of tiny bubbles, released from cells and packaged with molecular mail, are racing through your bloodstream right now. And ...