CRISPR has become a game changer
CRISPR has finally made it to the mainstream. Even casual followers of the news and current events are now aware of how CRISPR has quickly and drastically changed the landscape for discoveries, diagnostics, and therapeutics. Naturally, it’s made CRISPR a popular blog topic here. In case you missed them, here’s a brief summary of our examinations of CRISPR cutting-edge technology:
Cas9 and Cas12a enzymes have totally changed the world of genome editing but they have their limitations, especially when it comes to making large deletions. Cas3 may change that with new, high-volume editing options.
This roundup of recent CRISPR breakthroughs examines the possibility of CRISPR technology being used in the future to lower cholesterol, as well as other hot topics.
Researchers are pushing the boundaries of CRISPR-Cas9 editing and taking the science in different directions. This blog explores the new advances for CRISPR-Cas9 tools and more.
CRISPR has enabled massive scientific advances over the past few years but it’s not as easy as it may look sometimes. This blog details how CRISPR is more than just putting a CRISPR protein and guide RNA into a cell.
Finally, there’s a new CRISPR enzyme for editing, and this Cas variant may eventually be used in both diagnostics and therapeutics.