Gene Editing Removes HIV From Human T-Cells

June 14, 2016

Note: Scientific Reports released an article outlining the results of a study by researchers at Temple University offers promising new advancements toward a cure for HIV.  Using specialized gene-editing,  researchers were able to effectively and safely eliminate HIV-1 from the DNA of human T-cells. This study is especially promising in that there appear to be very little to no side […]

A Gene-Sequence Swap Using CRISPR To Cure Hemophilia

July 24, 2015

Note: The following is taken from a press release from the Korean-based Institute for Basic Science. To read the original release, click here. Sufferers of hemophilia live in a perpetual state of stress and anxiety: their joints wear down prematurely and they have bleeding episodes that feel like they will never end. Their bodies lack […]

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