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Genome editing with GeneArt® Precision TALs

Learn more here: www.lifetechnologies.com Jon talks about the TAL effector proteins that were first identified as bacterial plant pathogens. Based on this, Life Technologies developed a new and powerful way to edit genomes and control gene function.
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Method of the Year 2011: Gene-editing nucleases - by Nature Video

Gene-editing nucleases can make targeted and precise changes to an organism's genome. This has opened up new possibilities for the study of gene function, as well as the treatment of disease.
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Sangamo BioSciences to Webcast Analyst Briefing on Thursday, December 6 ... - Sacramento Bee

Sangamo BioSciences to Webcast Analyst Briefing on Thursday, December 6 ... - Sacramento Bee | Genome Editing | Scoop.it
Sangamo BioSciences to Webcast Analyst Briefing on Thursday, December 6 ...Sacramento BeeSangamo's core competencies enable the engineering of a class of DNA-binding proteins known as zinc finger DNA-binding proteins (ZFPs).
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Knockout Rat - Wiki Article

A knockout rat is a genetically engineered rat with a single gene turned off through a targeted mutation (gene trapping) used for academic and pharmaceutical research. Knockout rats can mimic human d...
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Long Opportunity Emerges As Sangamo Leverages Gene Editing To Hemophilia ... - Seeking Alpha

Long Opportunity Emerges As Sangamo Leverages Gene Editing To Hemophilia ... - Seeking Alpha | Genome Editing | Scoop.it
Long Opportunity Emerges As Sangamo Leverages Gene Editing To Hemophilia ...Seeking AlphaAt the heart of Sangamo's clinical trial is a class of enzymes called zinc finger nucleases (ZFNs).
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