A new version of the gene-editing tool CRISPR can target and cut RNA, offering a way to tinker with the expression of autism genes.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
The popular gene-editing tool CRISPR can tag proteins in the brain, illuminating the whereabouts of autism candidates.
A tool that allows researchers to switch one DNA letter with another may help them evaluate the change’s consequences.
In a feat of genetic engineering, researchers have found a way to recreate DNA duplications and deletions in human stem cells.
A molecular Swiss army knife for DNA is hewing a path to clarify the subtle effects of thousands of autism-linked mutations.