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SIRION BIOTECH GmbH, Germany

SIRION Biotech is Europe's leading commercial supplier of viral vectors used for genetic cell modelling, gene target validation and gene therapy- and vaccination studies. Since its foundation in 2007, SIRION’s mission has been to change the paradigm for viral vector supplies. It has the ability to more

Integrated DNA Technologies, BVBA, Belgium

Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT) is advancing biotechnology research as a leading supplier of custom oligonucleotides and gene synthesis services as well as a developer of innovative new biotechnologies. more

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  • An on-off switch for gene editing

    Over the past decade, the CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing system has revolutionized genetic engineering, allowing scientists to make targeted changes to organisms' DNA. While the system could potentially be useful in treating a variety of diseases, CRISPR-Cas9 editing involves cutting DNA strands, leading more

  • Lockdown for genome parasites

    Is it possible for one single gene product to silence undesirable genetic elements? Can such a strong effect be seen in the regulation of Transposable Elements (TEs), or genome parasites? If yes, how does this gene product singlehandedly keep transposons in check? New research from Frédéric Berger’s more

  • CRISPR/Cas9 Silences Gene Associated with High Cholesterol

    Biomedical engineers at Duke University have used a CRISPR/Cas9 genetic engineering technique to turn off a gene that regulates cholesterol levels in adult mice, leading to reduced blood cholesterol levels and gene repression lasting for six months after a single treatment. This marks the first time more

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Gene silencing

Gene silencing Gene silencing is a general term describing epigenetic processes of gene regulation . The term gene silencing is generally used to describe the "switching off" of a gene by a mechanism other than genetic modification . That is, a ... more

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