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Jan 28 - Feb 01, 2018

Precision Genome Editing with Programmable Nucleases

Genome editing refers to the use of programmable DNA-targeting platforms to manipulate genetic and epigenetic information in living cells and organisms. Genome editing has been recently democratized by the development of RNA-guided endonucleases repurposed from CRISPR-Cas microbial defense systems against viruses or plasmids. This conference offers opportunities to learn about new developments, advancements and applications in the field.

The CRISPR Journal, a new peer-reviewed publication will be the voice of the ever-growing CRISPR community, publishing groundbreaking research in a multitude of disciplines, advances in the underlying technology and methodologies, and vigorous discussion and commentary including opinion, commentaries and “news & views” style essays from active researchers.

Pick up additional information on this essential resource at Precision Genome Editing.