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Using RNA instead of DNA could avoid the health risks–and the political pitfalls–of stem-cell treatments.
The treatment suggests that the approach could be used to treat more common disorders.
A new method could help macular degeneration patients avoid regular injections into the eye.
A simple method may solve the problem of getting stuff into cells.
Treatment leads to an unexpected improvement in vision for one patient.
Gene therapy to make cells sensitive to light takes a step toward clinical use.
More-invasive therapies show promise for treating Parkinson’s.
A new three-dimensional device sorts and separates nanoparticles by size.
A compound that helps cells produce normal proteins from wonky genes could have a broad impact on genetic diseases.