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The gene-editing tool CRISPR-Cas9 has taken over the life sciences world since its development in 2012. CRISPR has changed the way biology research is done, simplifying and speeding up the study of diseases and the discovery of drugs, as well as having a huge impact on crop and food development. Among all its possible applications, the fact that CRISPR can be used to tweak the human genome has made it especially promising for previously difficult-to-treat diseases.
But how does CRISPR work? What kind of therapies are being developed? How is the genome-editing market evolving? And how are stakeholders navigating the complex intellectual property around this technology? Find out the answers to these questions and more on this page.
The Genome Editing Toolbox: ZFNS, TALENS, and CRISPR in Biomedicine
This report covers the industry’s most common genome-editing tools, like CRISPR-Cas9, provides exclusive insights by experts, looks at the market, and addresses future applications and challenges of genome-editing tools.Go to Report