Genome Editing Technology

Selected news for the healthcare topic - Genome Editing Technology, collected since 10/2017. There are 404 items in the archive. This healthcare topic shares news with CRISPR, Biotech, Precision BioSciences and many others.

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5/9/2022 LogicBio's FDA Clinical Hold On Rare Disease Genome Editing Technology Lifted – FierceBiotech google.com LogicBio’s FDA Clinical Hold On Rare Disease Genome Editing Technology LiftedFierceBiotech- Why LogicBio Therapeutics Stocks Are Getting Popular Today – BenzingaGasoline- See full coverage on Google News ...
5/7/2022 Implementation of Genome Editing Technology In Agriculture Can Improve Crop Varieties krishijagran.com ... speaking at a workshop on the subject Genome Editing for Crop Improvement: Potential and Policy, organized cooperatively by Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University (PJTSAU) and Biotech Consortium India Limited (BCIL) on Friday, that genome editing technology is relatively inexpensive to implement and has widespread accessibility in both private and public sector research institutions.The innovation could be implemented in almost any crop species for which a partial or full ...
5/6/2022 Technology is essential for food security to growing population: Scientists ythisnews.com ... farmers first. “It is very essential to adopt improved technologies to ensure nutritional and food security for the growing population, ” he said, adding that “agriculture is a potential area to demonstrate and implement genome editing technology in the agriculture sector. At the same time, there is a need to educate and dispel the negative apprehensions and concerns of the farmers about the technology.”While presiding over the program ...
5/6/2022 Agriculture is potential area to implement genome editing Technology : Hanumanthu uniindia.com Agriculture is potential area to implement genome editing Technology : HanumanthuHyderabad, May 6 (UNI) Special Commissioner of Department of Agriculture, Telangana K Hanumanthu on Friday said that agriculture is the potential area to demonstrate and implement the Genome Editing technology in the sector. At the same time there is need to educate & remove the negative apprehensions and concerns of the farmers about the technology, he said while speaking at a ...
4/14/2022 Centre's decision on genome editing to help quicker development of crop varieties - The Hindu BusinessLine thehindubusinessline.com ... technology for enhancing abiotic stress tolerance, disease resistance and nutritional quality in various crops.Awaiting Guideline on genome editing: The government decision on SDN1 and SDN2 category genome-edited plants recognises the potential of genome editing technology in agriculture. It paves the way for MOEF to approve and notify the Guidelines on Genome Edited Plant drafted by the Department of Biotechnology, pending with MOEF&CC since early 2020.The recent ...
4/8/2022 Qihan Biotechnology Presents Preclinical Data at American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 2022 Business Wire HANGZHOU, China--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 8, 2022--Hangzhou Qihan Biotechnology Co., Ltd, an innovative biotechnology company dedicated to applying genome editing technology to cell therapies and organ transplants, today announced preclinical data from its NK cell programs, presented during the poster session at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting 2022 in New Orleans, Louisiana.NK cells derived from genetically engineered human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) hold ...
4/8/2022 Qihan Biotechnology Presents Preclinical Data at American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 2022 | Business Wire Business Wire HANGZHOU, China--( BUSINESS WIRE )--Hangzhou Qihan Biotechnology Co., Ltd, an innovative biotechnology company dedicated to applying genome editing technology to cell therapies and organ transplants, today announced preclinical data from its NK cell programs, presented during the poster session at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting 2022 in New Orleans, Louisiana.NK cells derived from genetically engineered human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) hold great potential to ...
3/14/2022 Broad defeats Berkeley CRISPR patent Nature NEWSBroad defeats Berkeley CRISPR patentA ruling by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Appeals Board resolves a conflict over rights to the foundational CRISPR–Cas9 genome editing technology in eukaryotic cells. It may also give the Broad Institute, and the companies licensing this technology, an advantage in intellectual property (IP) negotiations.“This decision is momentous because it resolves the issue between CVC [the University of California, the ...
3/1/2022 Broad prevails in crucial ruling over CRISPR licensing - The Boston Globe Boston Globe Ending the latest chapter in a years-long legal battle over who invented CRISPR, the US Patent and Trademark Office ruled on Monday that the revolutionary genome editing technology belongs to the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT.The decision is a huge blow to the University of California and biotech companies that had licensed the technology from the university for use in developing treatments, including Intellia Therapeutics and CRISPR ...
3/1/2022 Broad Institute wins legal battle over CRISPR patents STAT ... drop us a line if you hear something saucy. …Ending the latest chapter in a years-long legal battle over who invented CRISPR, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ruled that the revolutionary genome editing technology belongs to the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT , STAT explains. The decision is a blow to the University of California and biotech companies that had licensed the technology from the university for ...
2/28/2022 UC Berkeley loses CRISPR patent case, invalidating licenses it granted gene-editing companies - STAT STAT ... Berkeley Brian Ach/Getty Images for WiredE nding the latest chapter in a years-long legal battle over who invented CRISPR, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ruled on Monday that the revolutionary genome editing technology belongs to the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT.The decision is a huge blow to the University of California and biotech companies that had licensed the technology from the university for use ...
2/25/2022 Editas Medicine stock price target cut to $19 from $46 at Stifel Nicolaus MarketWatch ... from $46 at Raymond James, stock rating outperformEditas Medicine started at buy with $45 stock price target at SunTrust RHEditas Medicine Inc.Editas Medicine, Inc. engages in the development and commercialization of genome editing technology . Its technology includes clustered, regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR), and CRISPR associated protein 9 (Cas9). Feng Zhang, Jennifer A. Doudna, George McDonald Church, J. Keith Joung and David R. Liu in September ...
2/10/2022 BRAIN Biotech to help Formo scale production of bioidentical milk protein thecattlesite.com The partnership will utilise proprietary genome editing technology In a recent press release , Germany-based BRAIN Biotech AG and Formo Bio GmbH announced that they are launching a strategic collaboration to further advance the production of animal-free milk proteins. BRAIN Biotech is an industrial biotechnology company and Formo is a pioneering food-tech startup in the space of alternative milk protein.Formo will scale up their bioidentical milk protein ...
2/10/2022 BRAIN Biotech to help Formo scale production of bioidentical milk protein thedairysite.com The partnership will utilise proprietary genome editing technology In a recent press release , Germany-based BRAIN Biotech AG and Formo Bio GmbH announced that they are launching a strategic collaboration to further advance the production of animal-free milk proteins. BRAIN Biotech is an industrial biotechnology company and Formo is a pioneering food-tech startup in the space of alternative milk protein.Formo will scale up their bioidentical milk protein ...
2/8/2022 Nobel Laureate Jennifer Doudna, Ph.D., Announced as Chief Science Advisor to Sixth Street Business Wire ... the Innovative Genomics Institute and the Doudna Lab at UC Berkeley.In 2020, Dr. Doudna was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry along with collaborator Emmanuelle Charpentier, Ph.D., for their discovery of CRISPR, the genome editing technology that has transformed modern science and biomedicine. The two scientists were the first women to jointly win a Nobel Prize. Dr. Doudna published her initial work on the CRISPR-Cas9 system and its ...
12/23/2021 LogicBio Therapeutics reiterated as buy at Chardan, stock price target raised to $16 MarketWatch ... 4.69%- Average Volume 90.97KPerformance 5 Day 1 Month 3 Month YTD 1 Year - -4.08%-- -25.16%-- -46.83%-- -69.20%-- -71.38%-Analyst Ratings[Full Ratings]LogicBio Therapeutics Inc.LogicBio Therapeutics, Inc. engages in the development of genome editing technology platform. It focuses on the commercialization of GeneRide, which enables the site-specific integration of a therapeutic transgene without nucleases or exogenous promoters by harnessing the native process of homologous recombination. Its pipeline ...
12/23/2021 I’m dreaming of a COVID-free Christmas biotechniques.com This issue of BioTechniques presents interesting content on plant science, including an expert opinion on wheat improvement using genome editing technology , a method for eDNA extraction for metagenomic studies in tropical soils and a review comparing methods for mapping rhizosphere processes in the context of their surrounding root and soil environments. As well as an improved method for SARS-CoV-2 PCR detection and genotyping with double-bubble primers and ...
12/16/2021 Phytoform plants $5.7M into climate-resistant crop technology Yahoo News ... United Kingdom growing conditions, is out to make crops more impervious.The biotechnology company with headquarters in London and Boston announced $5.7 million in funding, led by Eniac Ventures, to scale its artificial intelligence genome editing technology aimed at improving crops.Phytoform was started by William Pelton and Nicolas Kral in 2017 while the two were finishing up their PhD degrees. CTO Kral was studying plant development biology, while CEO ...
12/16/2021 Phytoform plants $5.7M into climate-resistant crop technology Yahoo News ... United Kingdom growing conditions, is out to make crops more impervious.The biotechnology company with headquarters in London and Boston announced $5.7 million in funding, led by Eniac Ventures, to scale its artificial intelligence genome editing technology aimed at improving crops.Phytoform was started by William Pelton and Nicolas Kral in 2017 while the two were finishing up their PhD degrees. CTO Kral was studying plant development biology, while CEO ...
12/6/2021 CRISPRing the microbiome is just around the corner Phys Org ... specific kind of cell within a tissue or organ, for example, or to one kind of microbe growing in a test tube.Now, the University of California, Berkeley group that invented the CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing technology nearly 10 years ago has found a way to add or modify genes within a community of many different species simultaneously, opening the door to what could be called "community editing."While this ...