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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 20, 2022

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Researchers at UC Berkeley’s Hsu Lab identified human lung proteins that can either promote or restrict infection from SARS-CoV-2.
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Researchers at UC Berkeley’s Hsu Lab identified human lung proteins that can either promote or restrict infection from SARS-CoV-2.
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The Innovative Genomics Institute will begin a research program using CRISPR gene-editing technology for carbon removal, according to a Tuesday press release.
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The Innovative Genomics Institute will begin a research program using CRISPR gene-editing technology for carbon removal, according to a Tuesday press release.
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The U.S. Patent Office ruled Monday that patents for some CRISPR technologies do not belong to the university and other partner institutions.
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The U.S. Patent Office ruled Monday that patents for some CRISPR technologies do not belong to the university and other partner institutions.
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Highly-promising and revolutionary, CRISPR technology has changed the prospects of modern medicine. According to a UC Berkeley study, however, it may also be changing the role of researchers and scientists.
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Highly-promising and revolutionary, CRISPR technology has changed the prospects of modern medicine. According to a UC Berkeley study, however, it may also be changing the role of researchers and scientists.
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A study from UC Berkeley researchers suggests that transposons, previously referred to as ‘junk DNA,’ are required for the development of mice.
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A study from UC Berkeley researchers suggests that transposons, previously referred to as ‘junk DNA,’ are required for the development of mice.
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Scientists from UC Berkeley are part of a research team using Nobel Prize-winning CRISPR technology to develop a COVID-19 diagnostic test that is fast, convenient and can be performed on site.
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Scientists from UC Berkeley are part of a research team using Nobel Prize-winning CRISPR technology to develop a COVID-19 diagnostic test that is fast, convenient and can be performed on site.
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CRISPR genome editing technology, which was developed at UC Berkeley, has been approved for clinical trials to correct gene mutations responsible for sickle cell disease.
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CRISPR genome editing technology, which was developed at UC Berkeley, has been approved for clinical trials to correct gene mutations responsible for sickle cell disease.
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While humans continue to confront the COVID-19 pandemic, campus scientists have discovered a way for plants to fight off agricultural pandemics, according to a recently published study.
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While humans continue to confront the COVID-19 pandemic, campus scientists have discovered a way for plants to fight off agricultural pandemics, according to a recently published study.
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Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, have found a more efficient technique to modify metabolic processes in microbes that has the potential to speed up biomanufacturing.
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Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, have found a more efficient technique to modify metabolic processes in microbes that has the potential to speed up biomanufacturing.
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