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Genome editing of human embryos using CRISPR/Cas9- crossing the ethics of gene editing?

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CRISPR/Cas9 system is a recently developed multi-purpose technology for genome editing [1,2] and its tool CRISPR-ERA/Cas9 is widely used as explained in the previous article [3]. The possible applications of this system have been discussed by its developers [4] and have been successfully applied for genome editing, gene function identification, and for gene therapy in animals and human cells [5-9]. Recently, a group of Chinese researchers has reported the editing of a genome using CRISPR/Cas9 system in human embryo for the first time in history [5]. The team has attempted to remove ‘harmful’ genetic codes to be potentially replaced by the ‘good’ ones. The results are published in Protein & Cell journal [10] but have opened a topic for debate over crossing the ethics of gene editing. Continue reading “Genome editing of human embryos using CRISPR/Cas9- crossing the ethics of gene editing?” »

How to perform docking in a specific binding site using AutoDock Vina?

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AutoDock Vina is a bioinformatics tool which is used to perform in- silico docking of proteins with a ligand. It provides many options depending on the needs of a user. This tool offers blind docking and binding in a specific pocket as well, which is sometimes more demanding when the binding site is already known. This article will guide you to dock a protein with a ligand in a specific binding site/ pocket. Continue reading “How to perform docking in a specific binding site using AutoDock Vina?” »

BiR: Impact report – July 2016 & More

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As we improve the quality of articles and as we are nearing our first collective birthday, Bioinformatics Review has expanded its reach, opening new avenues. The progress is summarised as below:

  • We have partnered with London Business Conference Group to be an official media partner for Discovery Informatics and Analytics Summit 2016
  • Our scientific articles are starting to appear in Google Scholar, articles indexed there can be viewed by following this link.
  • Bioinformatics Review was visited over 143,801 times in July 2016.

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