Congratulations to the Horizon base editing R&D team for co-authoring one of the top 5 most downloaded CRISPR Journal articles in 2021, with Rutgers University!
This article describes Pin-pointTM a novel first-generation base editing system that Horizon is continuing to develop for cell and gene therapy applications.
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Journal articles by Horizon scientists
- Immunotherapy to get on point with base editing
- Breaking away from DNA Breaks
- Next generation gene therapy points to base editing
- Could engineered cell therapies be broken by double-strand breaks?
- Therapeutic promise of base editing (sickle cell disease)
- Base editing goes big: A role in functional pooled screening
- The future of cell-based immunotherapy: autologous vs allogeneic treatment
- Therapeutics get on point with base editors
- CRISPR 2.0: base editing in the groove
- Base editing could improve cell and gene therapies and make them cheaper, says Horizon Discovery scientist
Webinars and Podcasts
- Advancing engineered cell and gene therapy with precision gene editing
- The therapeutic gene editing solution - cell therapy for solid tumors
- CRISPR Functional Genomics Miniseries, Episode #13: Jennifer Harbottle on Base Editing
- CRISPR Functional Genomics Miniseries, Episode #14: Kevin Hemphill on the Future of Base Editing
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