Employing genetic engineering for the treatment of infectious diseases means introducing specific genes that discretely inhibit or block the functions of target genes.
E. Charpentier and A. Doudna have made a landmark discovery for the CRISPR/Cas 9 method employed in genome editing, and received 2020’s Nobel prize in chemistry.
Imagine a world where a genome is in your hand, and you are turning its
CRISPR is the most advanced technique used for various cancer treatments.
Scientists have been working on cancer treatment in the United States used CRISPR―a gene editing