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Researchers have figured out a way to cloak the AVV so it can sneak past the human immune system and deliver its gene therapy payload undetected.
A black-footed ferret clone could inject a much-needed dose of genetic diversity into her species, which is on the brink of extinction.
While studying mutant zebrafish, scientists discovered that a single genetic mutation caused the fish to start developing the beginnings of arms.
An outbreak of avian flu in chickens can mean millions of birds dead and billions of dollars lost. This startup wants to engineer flu-resistant poultry.
Sufferers of celiac end up with some pretty lack-luster pastries. A startup thinks CRISPR can help.
Base editing has proven useful for correcting disease-causing point mutations in animals — and now, human trials are on the horizon.
A gene drive designed to remove itself from an insect population after a few generations could help bring an end to mosquito-borne diseases.
Genome sequencing tech is getting more portable. Now, there’s a genome analysis app that puts the ability to study those genomes in scientists’ pockets.
Genetic counseling services are in high demand. Now, chatbots are providing some of those services, helping patients navigate DNA testing.