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Oncogenic BRAF in cancer

Oncogenic BRAF can result from mutations in the BRAF gene, which may cause the protein to become overactive. The most common alteration in the BRAF gene leads to the BRAFV600E mutation. Mutations in...

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Gene Editing Gives Gene Therapy a Rewrite

Gene therapy is due for a second draft. As we have known it, gene therapy amounts to gene augmentation, a fairly random procedure whereby a gene is plunked down pretty much anywhere—so lo...

Explainer: What Is Gene Doping–And Will Any Athletes at Rio 2016 Have Tried It?

(The Conversation) – Gene doping is simply gene therapy in people who don’t need it. The aim of gene therapy is to permanently cure sick individuals of their conditions by altering their genet...

Analysis of Ly49 gene transcripts in mature NK cells supports a role for the Pro1 element in gene activation, not gene expression

How gene therapy might treat diseases once thought untreatable

What is gene therapy? [Gene therapy] is a way to fix a gene defect in a person’s cells. One way is with a retrovirus. When these viruses infect cells, they are able to transcribe genetic information...

Put the Brakes on Gene Drive, Says Safety-Minded National Academies

Gene drive—a form of genetic engineering that may impact not only individual organisms, but also entire species and ecosystems—is not yet ready for environmental testing, insists the Nat...

The Gene: Science’s Most Powerful — and Dangerous — Idea

(National Geographic) – The gene is “one of the most powerful and dangerous ideas in the history of science,” argues Siddhartha Mukherjee in The Gene: An Intimate History. Since its discover...

Epigenetics: CRISPR edits gene methylation

The CRISPR gene-editing tool has been modified so that it can add or remove methyl groups at specific positions on DNA, allowing researchers to test how such changes affect gene expression.DNA methyla...

Gene editing could create healthier, more sustainable livestock

Gene editing, led by the discovery of CRISPR-Cas, promises widesprea

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Advances In Gene Therapy For Diseases Of The Eye.

Over the last few years, huge progress has been made with regards to the understanding of molecular mechanisms underlying the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative diseases of the eye. Such knowledge has ...

Efficient and non-toxic gene delivery by anionic lipoplexes based on polyprenyl ammonium salts and their effects on cell physiology.

One of the major challenges limiting development of gene therapy is absence of efficient and safe gene carriers. Among the non-viral gene delivery methods, lipofection is considered as one of the most...

A genetic assay for gene essentiality in Clostridium.

Essential genes of pathogens are potential therapeutic targets, but are difficult to verify. Here, gene essentiality was determined by targeted knockout following engineered gene duplication. Null mut...

An efficient gene-gene interaction test for genome-wide association studies in trio families.

Several efficient gene-gene interaction tests have been developed for unrelated case-control samples in genome-wide association studies (GWAS), making it possible to test tens of billions of interacti...

Sendai Viroplexes for EGF Receptor-directed Delivery of IL12 and Salmosin Genes to Cancer Cells.

Effective delivery of therapeutic genes to target cells has been a fundamental goal in cancer gene therapy because of its advantages in the aspects of both safety and transfection efficiency. Here we ...

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