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RNA (ribonucleic acid)

RNA (ribonucleic acid) is created when DNA is transcribed. Like DNA, RNA contains the chemical bases adenine (A), cytosine (C) and guanine (G), but uses uracil (U) instead of thymine (T).

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E-CRISPR could be used to rapidly detect viruses 18 November 2019 News
New 'prime' genome editing offers promise 28 October 2019 News
Event Review: Transforming Medicine - The Promise of Human Genome Editing for Rare and Genetic Disease 16 September 2019 Review
NHS approves gene-silencing drug for rare hereditary condition 15 July 2019 News
Book Review: Gene Machine - The Race to Decipher the Secrets of the Ribosome 18 February 2019 Review
Genome editing works in mitochondrial DNA for first time 1 October 2018 News
A different CRISPR enzyme may make genome editing sharper 6 August 2018 News
DNA damage from CRISPR 'seriously underestimated' 23 July 2018 News
UC Berkeley to gain two US CRISPR patents 18 June 2018 News
Silencing a prostate cancer gene kills tumour cells 4 June 2018 News
US Court of Appeals hears CRISPR patent case 7 May 2018 News
Single cell to embryo: captured in unprecedented detail 30 April 2018 News
Upgraded CRISPR edits thousands of genes at once 16 April 2018 News
New RNA editing tool shows promise for dementia 19 March 2018 News
CRISPR pioneer's lab develops system to target infections and cancer 19 February 2018 News
Huntington's protein is 'super assassin' for cancer cells 19 February 2018 News
Major mental illnesses share unexpected gene activity 12 February 2018 News
First close-ups show DNA being read in unprecedented detail 22 January 2018 News
Silencing 'junk' gene THOR could slow tumour growth 18 December 2017 News
First trials of Huntington's drug show it could slow disease 11 December 2017 News
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