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[ad_1] People with a rare form of inherited blindness are being enrolled for the world’s first in vivo study of a CRISPR-based therapy, the Associated Press reported yesterday (July 25). The experimental treatment, developed by Massachusetts-based genome-editing company Editas Medicine and Ireland-based pharmaceutical firm...

Much much away, behind the word hills, much from the nations Vokalia and also Consonantia, there live the blind messages. Much much away, behind the word hills, much from the nations Vokalia as well as Consonantia, there live the blind messages. Also the all-powerful Pointing...

Much much away, behind the word hills, much from the nations Vokalia and also Consonantia, there live the blind messages. Much much away, behind the word hills, much from the nations Vokalia and also Consonantia, there live the blind messages. Also the all-powerful Pointing has...

[ad_1] A wearable motion-tracking device called Personal KinetiGraph (PKG) objectively and effectively assesses Parkinson’s-related motor fluctuations, researchers report. The study, “The role of Personal KinetiGraphTM fluctuator score in quantifying the progression of motor fluctuations in Parkinson’s disease,” was published in Functional Neurology. The PKG system, developed...