Find and replace – what is gene editing and how does it work? CPD

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Dr Ben Davies discusses the applications of CRISPR Cas9 proteins in gene therapy along with the potential risks. He also touches on some new forms of Cas9 that he believes could be promising for future innovation in the field.

This lecture was filmed at the 'gene editing in medicine: breakthrough or thin end of the wedge?' meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 3rd February 2017

Length: 00:38:29

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Professor Sir Mark Walport, Director of the Wellcome Trust.

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Dr Daniel Gale, UCL & West London Renal and Transplant Centre.

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Dr Carlo Croce, Comprehensive Cancer Center, USA.

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Jonathan O'Halloran & Elaine Warburton, QuantuMDx Group.

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Sir John Burn, Professor of Clinical Genetics, Newcastle University.

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Fiona Karet, Professor of Nephrology, University of Cambridge. 

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Lucy Raymond, Reader in Neurogenetics, University of Cambridge.

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Elizabeth Blackburn, Biological Researcher, The University of California.

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