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Monday, 2021/07/26 | 08:34:46

Experts from the American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC) and the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) call for remodeling of the regulatory landscape to unleash enormous gains in productivity through gene editing in agricultural animals. They highlighted this call in the AAVMC/APLU Gene Editing in Agriculture Task Force Report.

Sunday, 2021/07/25 | 06:56:00

genetically engineered nasal spray vaccine for COVID-19 and flu called Delta-19 showed positive preclinical data. Delta-19, being developed by Vivaldi Biosciences, is expected to provide superior protection to both viral respiratory diseases. Studies using the ferret model resulted in 100% immunized animals that generated high amounts of antibodies against the COVID-19 virus, SARS-CoV-2.

Saturday, 2021/07/24 | 06:07:02

In a major step towards a new treatment for COVID-19 and future pandemic viruses, scientists at The Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (Peter Mac) and The Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity (Doherty Institute) in Australia have found a way to stop the SARS-CoV-2 virus from replicating in infected human cells.

Friday, 2021/07/23 | 07:45:24

The potential uses and impacts of gene drive technologies are a topic of growing interest at the international and national levels in many countries. The Gene Drive Webinar Series aims to help promote a productive and balanced conversation on the benefits and risks of possible gene drive applications, providing factual and accurate information that can help place the discussion under the Convention on Biological Diversity in context.

Thursday, 2021/07/22 | 08:27:33

Phage therapy—the use of bacterial viruses to treat bacterial infections—is one of the most promising solutions to the antibiotic resistance crisis. Phage therapy has been used to combat bacterial infections for over a century, and has successfully cleared life-threatening multidrug-resistant infections from patients after all chemical antibiotics have failed (1). However, one of the biggest hurdles to successful deployment of phage therapy in the clinic is bacterial phage resistance.

Wednesday, 2021/07/21 | 09:03:10

In the first report, researchers demonstrated the ability to turn off variable numbers of copies of the magnesium chelatase gene, a key enzyme for chlorophyll biosynthesis in sugarcane, producing rapidly identifiable plants with light green to yellow leaves. Plants with light green leaves did not show growth reduction and may require less nitrogen fertilizer to produce the same amount of biomass.

Tuesday, 2021/07/20 | 07:54:28

An international team of researchers from Denmark, Finland, Germany, the UK, and Canada led by the Universities of Helsinki and Copenhagen as well as Luke Natural Resources Institute Finland has identified the gene responsible for the production of harmful compounds in protein-rich faba beans.

Monday, 2021/07/19 | 07:57:42

A team of researchers from Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology and from the University of Southern California has identified the genetic markers that could help predict the composition of sunflower oil using genetic analysis. The researchers used bioinformatics analysis to study 601 lines of cultivated sunflower from two major Russian gene banks and Agroplasma's collection.

Sunday, 2021/07/18 | 06:39:41

The World Health Organization released two technical documents on human genome editing including a framework for governance and recommendations from its global, multidisciplinary expert advisory committee. Genome editing tools, such as CRISPR-Cas9, have been used to edit the human genome to treat or prevent diseases. However, ethical issues are raised against the technology due to gaps in scientific understanding.

Saturday, 2021/07/17 | 06:42:46

The webinar Can gene drive eliminate vector-borne diseases? was live-streamed via Zoom on July 8, 2021. It was hosted by ISAAA, in partnership with the Biotechnology Information Centers and the Outreach Network for Gene Drive Research. Experts from Singapore, Taiwan, and Italy were invited to speak about gene drive as a means to mitigate vector-borne diseases and their limitations.


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