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A Q&A with Duane Gubler, an international expert on flaviviruses.
UK regulators green-light CRISPR in human embryos, the WHO declares Zika a global emergency and why the world ignored Zika until now. This week in Abstract Science.
The first in vivo genome editing compound is cleared for human trials, a major milestone in the rejuvenated field of gene therapy.
Outsourced Pharma's in-depth look at an issue preoccupying the microbial detection field.
Better tests for Zika, more evidence that AD transmits, and why identical twins diverge on weight. This week in Abstract Science.
An interview with cardiology expert Philip Sager on regulatory changes that are transforming cardiac safety testing.
Stem cells and multiple sclerosis, an unusual deal to ensure the Ebola vaccine stockpile, a potential new planet on the horizon, and science at Davos. This week in Abstract Science.
Almost everyone in the so-called "bottom billion" suffers from at least one neglected tropical disease, a diverse group of infections spread by bacteria, viruses, protozoa and helminths.
Paper helps fill data gaps that have held back the use of this research animal.
A new global scourge, Obama's moonshot at cancer and a proposal to use CRISPR in human embryo research. This week in Abstract Science.