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Genetic Linkage

CRISPR Gene Editing of Neurons in Prader-Willi Syndrome

Prader-Willi syndrome illustrates genomic imprinting, when the gender of a parent is important.
I’m happy to see that fears about using CRISPR to edit human genes have dampened over the past year, but it’s still fun perusing the hyperbolic headlines:

They’re going to CRISPR people. What could possibly go wrong?

The Very Real Dangers of New Gene-Editing Technology

“How Gene Editing Could Ruin Human Evolution”

Since being fortunate enough a few years ago to find myself one of only two journalists in the press room at a genetic conference with two of CRISPR/Cas9’s inventors, I’ve made an effort to highlight exciting, beneficial uses of gene editing techniques, such as applications in "http://blogs.plos.org/dnascience/2017/06/29/can-crispr-conquer-huntingtons/">Huntington’s disease, sickle cell disease, and split-hand/foot malformationRead More 
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