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Nanotubes and CRISPR gene editing could make producing disease-resistant crops faster and cheaper

University of California Berkeley | 
Inserting or tweaking genes in plants is more art than science, but a new technique developed by University of California, ...
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New, hyper-accurate CRISPR gene editor developed

Berkeley News | 
Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley and Massachusetts General Hospital have identified a key region within the Cas9 protein ...
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CRISPR co-discoverer Jennifer Doudna: Gene-editing will improve global health

University of California | 
An initiative launched two years ago by UC Berkeley and UC San Francisco to use CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing to develop ...

Gambling behavior linked to dopamine regulation genes

Health Canal | 
Investors and gamblers take note: your betting decisions and strategy are determined, in part, by your genes.esearchers from the University ...
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