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The following websites and articles will not provide all the answers you require to complete your assignment. However, they will provide you with an excellent start to your research needs. All sites and documents were found using the Research Hints listed on this Research Guide.
CRISPR - key reads : Nature International Weekly Journal of Science
CRISPR - gene editing is just the beginning : Nature International Weekly Journal of Science
Questions and answers about CRISPR : The Broad Institute
The promise of Gene editing : BBC news
Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPS cells)
The promise of Induced Pluripotent stem cells : National Institute of Health, USA
Progress towards the clinical application of patient-specific pluripotent stem cells : JCI The Journal of Clincial Investigation
Induced pluripotent stem cells — opportunities for disease modelling and drug discovery : Nature Reviews
RNA Therapeutics Institute - University of Massachusetts Medical School
Try using a University site or a well-known Education/Government site which specialises in your topic and provides links to free web sources.
Search within the website – Genome editing / CRISPR etc.
PubMED - US
Cochrane Library (Clinical Trials)
Full text available for those articles with DOI link (digital object identifier).
Some research tips to get you started
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Creating iPS cells : Eli and Edythe Broad Stem Cell Research Center at UCLA
Genome editing with CRISPR - Cas9 : McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT
CRISPR - The new tool in the gene revolution explained : ABC Science
RNA Interference : Nature Research
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