In Nature Medicine this week : Refining strategies to translate genome editing to the clinic

An interesting review was published today in Nature Medicine by Tatjana I. Cornu, Claudio Mussolino, and Toni Cathomen. The review discuss “the advances made in the gene-editing field in recent years, and specify priorities that need to be addressed to expand therapeutic genome editing to further disease entities.”

[Publication] Gene scanning and heart attack risk.

Andreas S. Barth and Gordon F. Tomaselli published this week a review on gene scanning and heart attack risk. Abstract Coronary heart disease remains the leading cause of death in the Western World. The advent of microarray and next-generation sequencing technologies has generated multi-dimensional data sets, allowing for new pathophysiological […]