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DNA Dams

Posted on May 16, 2017 in Featured

DNA Dams

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Allergic Rhinitis

Posted on Nov 17, 2015 in Editorial, Illustration, what's new

Allergic Rhinitis

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Snip Vs. Shred: CRISPR, CAS9, CAS3 and Cascade

Posted on Aug 17, 2015 in Cellular, Editorial, Illustration, Molecular

Snip Vs. Shred: CRISPR, CAS9, CAS3 and Cascade

By Alexander Gelfand, for the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Magazine. © Johns Hopkins University The powerful genome-editing technology known as CRISPR-Cas made headlines this year—partly because many leading biologists called for a moratorium last March against using it to modify the genomes of human embryos, only to discover in April that Chinese scientists had already done just that. But CRISPR-Cas is more than a genetic engineering tool with profound ethical implications. In fact, the tool itself is a modified version of one of several types of naturally occurring bacterial...

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Snip Vs. Shred: CRISPR, CAS9, CAS3 and Cascade

Posted on Aug 17, 2015 in Cellular, Editorial, Illustration, Molecular

Snip Vs. Shred: CRISPR, CAS9, CAS3 and Cascade

By Alexander Gelfand, for the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Magazine. © Johns Hopkins University The powerful genome-editing technology known as CRISPR-Cas made headlines this year—partly because many leading biologists called for a moratorium last March against using it to modify the genomes of human embryos, only to discover in April that Chinese scientists had already done just that. But CRISPR-Cas is more than a genetic engineering tool with profound ethical implications. In fact, the tool itself is a modified version of one of several types of naturally occurring bacterial...

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Snip Vs. Shred: CRISPR, CAS9, CAS3 and Cascade

Posted on Aug 17, 2015 in Featured

Snip Vs. Shred: CRISPR, CAS9, CAS3 and Cascade

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Anxiety Feature

Posted on Apr 2, 2015 in Featured

Anxiety Feature

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