Monthly Archives: June, 2015

NCER states position on use of CRISPR/Cas-9

Nebraska Coalition for Ethical Research encourages the continued use of CRISPR/Cas-9 in animal research and in adult human cell cultures as a means toward it’s eventual safe and efficacious use for the correction of disease genes in adult human beings. NCER agrees with the calls for a self-imposed moratorium and an international meeting on the […]

Gene, stem cell therapies may have far-reaching implications for coronary artery grafts

As seen in Science Daily – June 9, 2015 Source:Creighton University Summary:Researchers are exploring the potential for gene and stem cell therapy in coronary artery bypass grafts to prevent re-occlusion in the grafted vein. Based on animal studies, the team is seeing a marked improvement in preventing re-occlusion, with no side effects A Creighton University […]