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CRISPR competitor? Deep-learning model for zinc finger design aids transcription factor reprogramming

A new study, published in Nature, outlines an AI-based approach that could help overcome some of the challenges with zinc […]

World of Genomics: Croatia

Croatia has grown into a thriving nation imbued with a rich cultural background and history. With its famous cities, stunning […]

Researchers Investigate the Epigenetic Regulation of NRG1 in Breast Cancer Under Hyperglycaemia

In a new study published in Nature, researchers investigated the molecular mechanisms behind the epigenetic regulation of the NRG1 enhancer […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 14th January

Check out the latest Genomics Week in Brief covering – full of intriguing news and research from the genomics space! […]

Variant-to-gene mapping uncovers genetic link to sleep regulation

A team of researchers from Texas A&M University, the University of Pennsylvania and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia have uncovered […]

Predictive models could identify oncogenic genetic events

Researchers have shown that some cancer-causing genetic events are underpinned by regulatory gene activity. The study, published in Nature, highlights […]

Mechanism of Cas removal from DNA uncovered

Researchers have uncovered the underlying mechanism that removes Cas proteins from DNA. The study, published in Nature Structural & Molecular […]

Whole gene replacement possible with new gene-editing tool

Researchers have developed a new tool that could potentially ‘cut’ out faulty genes and ‘paste’ in full-length copies of corrected […]

Virus-derived CRISPR systems may be added to the gene-editing toolbox

The CRISPR-Cas9 system revolutionised genome editing approaches. Recent work on the CRISPR gene editing technology won the 2020 Nobel Prize […]

World of Genomics: Norway

Originally written by Anjum Aktar, November 2022. Updated by Charlotte Taylor, January 2024. Our next stop in the World of […]