CRISPR Medicine News, 6 May 2020 | Engineering AAVs for gene therapy - CRISPR Medicine

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  • Engineering new AAV vectors for gene therapy. German researchers have made a system to rapidly spit out AAV delivery vectors for carrying gene therapy tools like CRISPR to the cell types of your choice.

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  • Last weeks piece on the first news from China on a CRISPR cancer therapy trial. The good news is CRISPR-Cas9-edited T cells appear to be feasible, and safe and so the stage is set for the next significant advances in cancer treatment. Comments by leading experts Carl June, Waseem Qasim, and Inge Marie Svane.


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