A tool borrowed from bacteria successfully seeks out, cuts and destroys long stretches of human cells’ DNA, opening doors to new uses in research and treatment.
Basic Science and Laboratory Research
An enzyme’s newly discovered ability to spur the body to prevent or repair acute liver injury in mice could be harnessed as a therapy or used as a biomarker.<
Groundbreaking new research marrying high-intensity focused ultrasound with genetically modified cells may spur bone and soft tissue regeneration.
A pilot study identifies a safe, effective strategy to help women with HIV have children in low-resource countries.
U-M researchers lead the field in successful protein creation, a tactic that could lead to a newer, more effective class of drugs.
Regulation of genes by noncoding DNA might help explain the complex interplay between our environment and genetic expression.