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Publication: Single copies of mutant KRAS and mutant PIK3CA cooperate in immortalized human epithelial cells to induce tumor formation
New publication using Horizon's X-MAN cell lines shows that somatic cell knock in... (more)
Announcement: New animation describes the power of rAAV
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Article: The importance of gene-editing, Laboratory News
In order to fully understand how the human genome impacts on human biology, researchers need to carry out experiments in living human cells where the effects of altering the genetic code can be readily observed. Thanks to a number of tools that enable the genome of cultured human cells to be edited at acceptable frequencies, these experiments are now within the grasp of any laboratory.
Please see the November 2012 issue of Laboratory News for the full article.
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