Anti-CRISPRs allow cells containing self-targeting CRISPR arrays to survive by preventing Cas nucleases from cleaving their target nucleic acids. The Latest Science

Anti-CRISPRs allow cells containing self-targeting CRISPR arrays
to survive by preventing Cas nucleases from cleaving their target nucleic acids.

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Depts. of Molecular & Cell Biology and Chemistry, UC Berkeley, CA 94704, USA.

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DNA that includes synthetic bases expands the genetic code from four to eight nucleotide letters. Hoshika et al. (2019). Science 363: 884-887.
http://science.sciencemag.org/content/363/6429/884

Hyperacidification of Citrus fruits by a vacuolar proton-pumping P-ATPase complex. Strazzer et al. (2019). Nature Communications 10: 744. 
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-08516-3

Colouration by total internal reflection and interference at microscale concave interfaces. Goodling et al. (2019). Nature 566: 523-527.
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-019-0946-4

CD19-targeted CAR T cells show sustained CD19+ B cell depletion and profound therapeutic benefit in ameliorating disease in mouse models of lupus. Kansal et al. (2019). Science Translational Medicine 11: eaav1648.
http://stm.sciencemag.org/content/11/482/eaav1648

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