True CRISPR: A Genetic Genre with Novel Twists

April 16, 2018

(Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News) – If we are to find endlessly diverting CRISPR programming, we need to pay attention to real CRISPR stories in basic research, therapeutics development, and agricultural technology. Fortunately, tuning into CRISPR can be as easy as attending a conference or reading GEN. Spoiler alert: In this article, GEN summarizes some of the most interesting stories from Precision CRISPR, which recently held its fourth annual precision CRISPR congress. This event showcased multiplexing platforms, engineered nanocarriers, next-generation chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapies, and advanced plant breeding technologies.

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