Researchers report that, at the molecular levels, aging may have originated at the beginning of the evolution of life. They suggest when it comes to genes, aging may not always be a negative trait, and may help an organism to survive.
Using CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing, researchers identified actionable pathways responsible for the growth of glioblastoma stem cells. By reverse engineering brain cancer cells, multiple potential new targets for cancer treatments have been uncovered.
Researchers show CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing technology can be effectively used in rhesus monkey embryos.
Researchers discover a mechanism that may underpin the progression of glioblastoma brain cancer development.