Systematic Approach Identifies, Characterizes Dozens of New Large Serine Recombinases
The recombinases exhibited increased integration efficiency and could be applied to a range of functional genomic and genome engineering applications.
Founder Events Common in Human, Dog Populations, Study Finds
Using a computational method called ASCEND, researchers retraced founder events in hundreds of modern and ancient human populations and dozens of dog breeds.
Study Follows Infant Gut Microbiome Development in Nonindustrialized Hunter-Gatherer Population
Starting with fecal metagenomic and 16S ribosomal RNA gene sequences for dozens of Hadza infants, researchers retraced infant gut microbiome features.
Metagenomi Raises $175M in Series B Financing Round
The company said it will use the new funding to further develop its gene editing tools and advance its therapeutic programs toward the clinic.
Long-Lived Rockfish Genome Analysis Provides New Clues to Longevity
Researchers compared the genomes of 88 rockfish species, include those with lifespans of more than 150 years, to home in on longevity-linked genes.