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Extrachromosomal DNA: The unique clues scientists are using to outfox cancer

Chemical & Engineering News | 
Human cells are not supposed to have extra bits of DNA floating around, so [Paul] Mischel described the peculiar substance ...
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First COVID-19 vaccines on track to arrive late 2020, faster than thought possible

Chemical & Engineering News | 
Three companies with funding from the US government—AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, and Moderna—are on track to distribute the first commercial ...
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Gene therapy pioneer James Wilson makes a comeback after disastrous start

Chemistry & Engineering News | 
Twenty years ago, a young man named Jesse Gelsinger was injected with a large dose of gene-shuttling viruses designed in ...
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‘Proudly GMO’ probiotic takes aim at hangovers. Can it ease consumer fear of biotechnology?

Chemical and Engineering News | 
On [August 17], a San Francisco-based start-up called ZBiotics celebrated the launch of its first product in a fitting way: ...
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Can the RNA editing race challenge the potential of CRISPR’s DNA editing?

Chemical & Engineering News | 
RNA, a short-lived cousin to its better-known partner DNA, is the blueprint for protein production in cells. [Biotech entrepreneur Joshua] ...
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‘Epitranscriptomics’: New field aims to treat cancer through RNA code

Chemistry & Engineering News | 
It’s not every day that a biotech investor stumbles across an entirely new field of science. And frankly, Carlo Rizzuto ...
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‘Software of life’ and why messenger RNA could be the next big thing in pharmaceuticals

Chemical & Engineering News | 
“Why are we so passionate about messenger RNA?” Moderna President Stephen Hoge asked the attentive audience. “It starts with the ...
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‘The potential here is huge’: Using exosomes to package and deliver drug therapy

Chemical & Engineering News | 
Millions of tiny bubbles, released from cells and packaged with molecular mail, are racing through your bloodstream right now. And ...
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Reversing traumatic brain injury: Memory-enhancing drug might help

Science | 
[T]raumatic brain injury can be permanent. There are no drugs to reverse the cognitive decline and memory loss, and any ...
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1 in 5 healthy adults may carry rare genetic disease mutations

Science | 
A new pair of studies is the first ever randomized clinical trials evaluating whole genome sequencing in healthy people. They ...
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New GE rice variety boosts plant’s immune system to fight multiple diseases at once

Science | 
Plants don’t have a bloodstream to circulate immune cells. Instead, they use receptors on the outsides of their cells to ...

Whole genome sequencing could have huge impact on medicine

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. "It sounds kind of ...