July 19, 2016
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GenomeWeb/ABRF 2016 Webinar Series: The Emergence of Gene Editing as a Standard Lab Tool

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This online seminar, part of the GenomeWeb/ABRF 2016 Webinar Series, covered the history of gene editing methods like TALENs and CRISPR/Cas and provided an overview of various gene editing technologies.

The emergence of these new technologies in the last decade "has triggered a veritable revolution as laboratories worldwide have begun to introduce or correct mutations in cells and organisms with the level of ease and efficiency not previously possible,” the Journal of the American Medical Association noted in 2015.

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