Biologists continue to hone their tools for deleting, replacing or otherwise editing DNA and a strategy called CRISPR has quickly become one of the most popular ways to do genome engineering. Utilizing a modified bacterial protein and a RNA that guides it to a specific DNA sequence, the CRISPR system provides unprecedented control over genes in many species, including perhaps humans. This control has allowed many new types of experiments, but also raised questions about what CRISPR can enable. Science collects some of its recent research papers, commentary and news articles on CRISPR and its implications below.

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8th annual meeting EFOR network, May 2nd and 3rd 2017
2nd - 3rd of May 2017
EFOR - Réseau d'´Étude Fonctionnelle chez les ORganismes modèles
Colloque OPAL : Place des méthodes de remplacement en expérimentation biologique
CRISPOR: guideRNAs DESIGNER TOOL CRISPR/Cas9 Gene Editing
New plasmids for CRISPR/Cas9-mediated knock-in in zebrafish
The CRISPR Revolution
Place alternative methods in biological experimentation
Guidance on the environmental risk assessment of genetically modified animals
CRISPR Cas9: A novel approach to genetic engineering
Fish brain successfully transparized (clarity method) by the Tefor Core Facility
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