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New Scientific Publications

Each week, Fred Hutch librarians search PubMed and Web of Science to discover new papers published by Fred Hutch authors
3 NEW Week of September 20, 2020
Discovering new strategies used in arms race between bacteria and the viruses that infect them

Discovering new strategies used in arms race between bacteria and the viruses that infect them

Dr. Kevin Forsberg tapped for NIAID New Innovators Award to study arms race between viruses and bacteria
Hutch News - June 23, 2020
Catching CRISPR/Cas9 in (Pig Farm)

Catching CRISPR/Cas9 in (Pig Farm)

From the Bradley lab, Basic Sciences and Public Health Sciences Divisions
Science Spotlight - February 17, 2020
Tip Sheet: Mesh loaded with T cells shrinks tumors; second dose of CAR-T cells shows potential; and gene-edited cells stay safe as immunotherapy attacks cancer

Tip Sheet: Mesh loaded with T cells shrinks tumors; second dose of CAR-T cells shows potential; and gene-edited cells stay safe as immunotherapy attacks cancer

SEATTLE – Jan. 08, 2019 – Below are summaries of recentFred Hutch research findings with links for additional background and media contacts.
Releases - January 09, 2020
Targeting a subset of stem cells shows lasting, therapeutically relevant gene editing in blood cells

Targeting a subset of stem cells shows lasting, therapeutically relevant gene editing in blood cells

A new Science Translational Medicine paper is first to report how editing a portion of stem cells with CRISPR/Cas9 is sufficient for long-term reactivation of therapeutic hemoglobin
Releases - July 31, 2019
Improving CRISPR with a heart of gold

Improving CRISPR with a heart of gold

From the Adair Lab, Clinical Research Division
Science Spotlight - July 15, 2019
Engineering B cells to bypass vaccines

Engineering B cells to bypass vaccines

From the Taylor Lab, Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division
Science Spotlight - July 15, 2019
Could gold be the key to making gene therapy for HIV and other blood disorders more accessible?

Could gold be the key to making gene therapy for HIV and other blood disorders more accessible?

A proof-of-principle study published in Nature Materials shows that gold nanoparticles loaded with CRISPR and other gene-editing tools safely and effectively edited blood stem cells. (Photos, diagram available for media use.)
Releases - May 27, 2019
Special delivery: Gold nanoparticles ship CRISPR cargo

Special delivery: Gold nanoparticles ship CRISPR cargo

Fred Hutch scientists used their new golden courier to edit genes tied to HIV, genetic blood disorders
Hutch News - May 27, 2019
Guiding inactivity of latent HIV reservoirs

Guiding inactivity of latent HIV reservoirs

From the Jerome lab, Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division
Science Spotlight - September 17, 2018
Gene therapy for sickle cell disease, and more

Gene therapy for sickle cell disease, and more

$3.7 million grant to fund novel gene therapy approach for dangerous genetic disorders of hemoglobin
Hutch News - February 02, 2017
Can gene editing cure herpes?

Can gene editing cure herpes?

Fred Hutch study shows ‘pathway to potential cure’ for herpes simplex and other latent viruses
Hutch News - September 08, 2016
CRISPR and beyond: The ins and outs of gene editing and its potential for cures

CRISPR and beyond: The ins and outs of gene editing and its potential for cures

The big 4 gene-editing platforms and how they could usher in new therapies for HIV, cancer — and other diseases
Hutch News - August 04, 2016
Last Modified, April 02, 2020