BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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After four years of litigation battles, the US Patent and Trademark Office, or USPTO, has finally approved a third CRISPR patent for the University of California.
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After four years of litigation battles, the US Patent and Trademark Office, or USPTO, has finally approved a third CRISPR patent for the University of California.
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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, more commonly known as Berkeley Lab, was founded in 1931 by campus physics professor Ernest O. Lawrence and is currently located in the hills east of campus.
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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, more commonly known as Berkeley Lab, was founded in 1931 by campus physics professor Ernest O. Lawrence and is currently located in the hills east of campus.
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UC researchers have discovered an unexpected side effect in the use of the CRISPR-Cas12a protein in DNA cutting that may potentially make disease diagnostics faster and more accurate.
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UC researchers have discovered an unexpected side effect in the use of the CRISPR-Cas12a protein in DNA cutting that may potentially make disease diagnostics faster and more accurate.
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Scientists have engineered a new, more accurate protein for CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing called HypaCas9, which cuts at target sites with higher accuracy and reduces the chances of unintentional externalities.
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Scientists have engineered a new, more accurate protein for CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing called HypaCas9, which cuts at target sites with higher accuracy and reduces the chances of unintentional externalities.
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A series of interviews and lab visits by The Daily Californian show what it’s like to work inside some of UC Berkeley's most high-level labs.
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A series of interviews and lab visits by The Daily Californian show what it’s like to work inside some of UC Berkeley's most high-level labs.
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The National Human Genome Research Institute, or NHGRI, awarded a five-year grant to UC Berkeley molecular biology and biochemistry professor Jennifer Doudna to lead the Center for Genome Editing and Recording.
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The National Human Genome Research Institute, or NHGRI, awarded a five-year grant to UC Berkeley molecular biology and biochemistry professor Jennifer Doudna to lead the Center for Genome Editing and Recording.
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Researchers at UC Berkley and UCSF published new findings about gene-modifying proteins in December connected to their research of CRISPR technology, a natural bacterial defense mechanism that is the subject of an ongoing patent dispute.
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Researchers at UC Berkley and UCSF published new findings about gene-modifying proteins in December connected to their research of CRISPR technology, a natural bacterial defense mechanism that is the subject of an ongoing patent dispute.
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A team of UC Berkeley researchers announced Monday new findings on the functions the genome editing technology, CRISPR, as well as potential for a related RNA-cutting enzyme.
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A team of UC Berkeley researchers announced Monday new findings on the functions the genome editing technology, CRISPR, as well as potential for a related RNA-cutting enzyme.
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