The technology is for gene targeting using endocunleases and homologous recombination, and is the second licensing deal between the parties since April.
The scientists from UC Berkeley and UCSF said their method of introducing gene editing could lead to experiments in T cell function as well as immunotherapies.
CRISPR-EATING could enable scientists to create guide RNAs for CRISPR/Cas9 knock-out screens in organisms whose genomes are not yet sequenced.
By using both Fok1-dCas9 fusion proteins and truncated guide RNAs, the scientists were able to achieve a decrease in unwanted indel and point mutations.
The company said the library will be made freely available to academic and non-profit investigators through the DECIPHER Project.
In Nature this week: mouse genome functional analysis, more sensitive chromatin immunoprecipitation, and more.
The Center for Data Innovation and HealthITNow argue for re-building of genomic research infrastructure.
A Senate committee has unanimously approved a bill to require articles resulting from federally funded projects to be made publicly available, according to ScienceInsider.
The US is heading toward another budget showdown, Nature News says.