CRISPR in RNA Wonderland

doudna_crispr_wide-cb9478286d39615ed64291ea95d4cfe022596aa2-s900-c85This week our journey among leading labs takes us to meet a pioneer of gene silencing. Pino Macino contributed to the birth of RNA interference, a field awarded a Nobel prize in 2006, and teaches cell biology at Sapienza University of Rome.  He thinks CRISPR is a great leap forward in understanding the function of genes. Continue reading