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CRISPR-based Epigenome Editing: Author Q&A with Alun Luo

- April 24, 2018

Alun Luo presenting at KI HK

The CRISPR/Cas9 system has opened new horizons in what can be done with genome editing. Here we present an author Q&A with Alun Yonglun Luo discussing his new paper in GigaScience moving this technology towards epigenome editing and testing its efficacy and accuracy. Modulating Methylation: Epigenome Editing With our scope focussing the “biological big data” […]

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Guest Blog from Huanming Yang on using the human genome for big-data storage

- September 7, 2017

With the current annual data creation rate estimated to be in the tens of zettabytes, the flood of information currently being generated in every area of human life is crashing up against limited data storage solutions. However, DNA, which serves as a storage system for biological information, has been proposed as a potential means to […]

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Synthetic Genomics: Redesign and synthesis of the first multicellular eukaryotic genome

- January 30, 2015

Guest post from researchers at BGI and Edinburgh University on where organismal scale “synthetic genomics” is going.

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