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Modified RNA CRISPR boosts gene knockdown in human cells

Modified RNA guides improve gene targeting for next-generation CRISPR tools and therapies. In the latest...

Can CRISPR be used to diagnose aging?

Irina Conboy talks CRISPR and how the gene-editing tech may have a significant role...

New CRISPR-free gene-editing tool exploits bacterial warfare

New tool uses an interbacterial toxin to achieve precise mitochondrial gene editing without CRISPR...

Wyss Institute and Cytosurge collaborate on CRISPR tech

The Wyss Institute at Harvard is joining forces with Swiss Biotech Cytosurge in a...

Better, faster, stronger CRISPR

Cytosurge claims to be able to make CRISPR “better and faster than anybody else on...

Human CRISPR trial heralds Longevity success

Trial finds not only that gene-edited immune cells are safe, but that they survive...

CRISPR in-body gene revolution gets underway

It has been an ethical minefield, but a scientific revolution. Could CRISPR in-body now...

Primetime for more powerful CRISPR tech

Researchers have developed a novel and more powerful form of CRISPR that offers the...

Vertex/CRISPR therapy: Longevity landmark?

Could an exciting breakthrough in the treatment of blood disorders by gene editing hold...

Prime editing set to take slice from CRISPR

Better than CRISPR? A new prime-editing tool could correct 89% of the known human...

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Exclusive: “Mitlets” hold potential for mitochondria transfusion

Mitrix Bio believes recently discovered blood components may support transfusion of large quantities of healthy mitochondria from donor to patient. Earlier this year, we brought...

Optimise your body and mind by tackling cell stress

Want to live longer and heathier? Combating cell stress is an important first step on your longevity journey. It's a fast-paced, busy world, and we're...

Crypto – pulling a (Moon) Rabbit out a hat for longevity

Angel Versetti on why it makes sense to look at more experimental solutions for longevity. Earlier this week we brought you part one of our...

New webinar will explore the opportunity of ovarian longevity

What does delaying menopause mean in terms of investment activity, societal change and the technologies that will reshape the lives of multiple millions of...

Buck Institute awarded $12.7m to join senescence network

NIH award to join SenNet, the Cellular Senescence Network, will enable Buck scientists to identify and characterise senescent cells – recognised as a driver...