Scientists from University of California-Berkeley and Broad Institute invent a way to use Crispr-Cas9 for gene editing and how to apply it to mammals.
Scientists use Crispr to alter the genes of rice
The first paper shows how to use Crispr to make a gene drive, a system that guarantees inheritance of a particular gene by all offspring.
Chinese scientists edit the genes of two goats to make them ultra-hairy.
Chinese scientists edit out genes in beagles and roughly doubled the dogs’ muscle sizes.
United States Department of Agriculture confirms
that Crispr-edited anti-browning mushroom would not be subject to USDA approval.
Scientists from Sichuan University in China use Crispr-edited cells
to help a patient fight metastatic lung cancer.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) releases a draft rule that treats edited DNA as a drug
, subjecting gene-edited animals to regulatory requirements.
Scientists develop jointless tomatoes with fewer branches.
Rejuvenate Bio tests gene therapy on four beagles.
The USDA announced that it will not regulate
crops that have been genetically edited, as long as the editing process does not introduce foreign genes to the species.
Scientists use Crispr to develop a rice plant that produces 25%-31% more grain in a field test.
London scientists announce their gene drive successfully wiped out
an entire lab population of mosquitoes in eight generations.
The first clinical trial of Crispr in humans begins in Europe
. Twelve patients with blood disorders enroll.
A Chinese scientist announces the existence of twin girls whose genes he edited to make them immune to AIDS.