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CRISPR and Genome Editing – News and Features

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Stem Cell Pioneers Confirm Patents Pending for two Advances in the Efficiency of Cloning Stem Cells

Gene "Nanog" play a dominant role in reprogramming tissue cells into an embryonic stem cell state without the need for generating an embryo.
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Cyntellect Receives $2.2 Million Milestone Payment From Sigma-Aldrich

The milestone payment represents Cyntellect's satisfaction of certain terms and conditions under the Cell Xpress™ service commercialization agreement.
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Dharmacon and Amaxa Collaborate to Improve siRNA Delivery into Cells

Amaxa's Nucleofector® technology enables siRNA transfer into primary cells and non-standard cell lines.
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Inovio at ASGT 9th Annual Meeting

Inovio’s presentation showcase potential for electroporation in delivering DNA vaccines.
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Moffitt and Inovio Announce Positive Results from Human Study of Plasmid DNA Delivery Using Electroporation

Collaborators encouraged by interim data from phase I clinical study of patients with malignant melanoma.
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RNAi's Competence as a Drug Discovery Technology Promotes use of RNAi Content and Delivery, Screening, and Analysis Tools

The limitations of current delivery technologies are substantial barriers to the development and growth of the overall RNAi market.
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Inovio Highlights Clinical and Technology Platforms for DNA Vaccines

The technology, based on the process of electroporation, uses extremely short electrical field pulses to temporarily open cell.
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For Stanford Scientists, RNAi Gene Therapy Takes two Steps Forward, one Step Back

If RNAi is going to be viable as a therapy for organ-wide diseases such as hepatitis B or C, it will have to stick around.
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Qiagen and CytoPathfinder Combines Technologies in RNAi Screening

Both companies have agreed to combine product knowledge and technology platforms to develop tools for high-throughput RNAi screening.
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New Institute for NanoBioTechnology

Johns Hopkins launches institute to apply emerging science to medical problems.
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