NEW ORLEANS (GenomeWeb) – At the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research in New Orleans on Monday, a panel of researchers took the stage to discuss how they use CRISPR technology to study cancer and to find ways to treat it.

Whitehead Institute principal investigator David Sabatini presented his lab's method for using CRISPR to screen cancer cell lines in search of target genes and to identify components of oncogenic pathways.

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Jun
27
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