Now drug-resistant genes can be identified in less than half the time

  06 June 2019

Researcher Emily Crawford of Chan Zuckerberg Biohub and UC San Francisco has created a gene-based technology — FLASH — that addresses this problem. 

FLASH uses CRISPR/Cas9’s precise gene-targeting ability, plus a couple of classic molecular biology tricks to build a platform to amplify and sequence specific DNA molecules of pathogens with antimicrobial resistant genes. 

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