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  • Cas9 activates the p53 pathway and selects for p53-inactivating mutations

    Cas9 activates the p53 pathway and selects for p53-inactivating mutations

    Additionally, the study found that the activity of Cas9 in normal p53 cell lines is much lower than that of p53 mutant cell lines, and the p53 pathway activation induced by Cas9 affects the sensitivity of cells to genetic and chemical screening, which in turn affects the screening results.

    05-31 2020
  • MSc-PhD Position—— Zaidel-Bar Lab in Tel-Aviv Uni.

    MSc-PhD Position—— Zaidel-Bar Lab in Tel-Aviv Uni.

    The Zaidel-Bar lab (https://www.zaidelbarlab.com/) has open positions for MSc and PhD students as well as a postdoc and invites applications from highly accomplished students from any background.We in...

    05-21 2020
  • A novel CRISPR technique for faster detecting COVID-19

    A novel CRISPR technique for faster detecting COVID-19

    For faster detecting of COVID-19, in Feburary, Feng Zhang’s Broad institute and McGovern Institute for Brain Research of MIT, together come out a high efficiency CRISPR detecting technique targeting coronavirus RNA, within one hour. Currently this method is not proved by FDA yet.

    05-14 2020