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UT Southwestern Team’s Gene Editing Battles 1-in-250 Heart Condition

by | Dec 21, 2022
UT Southwestern researchers have used gene editing technology to develop what could be a breakthrough for dilated cardiomyopathy, a heart condition that affects one in 250 people worldwide. “The pace of this field is really breathtaking,” said Eric Olson, Ph.D., who co-led the study. “I expect that if this moves forward into patients, we’re not talking within decades—we’re talking within years.”​ 
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Discovery: Disrupting Breast Cancer, Mapping Human Cells & Long-lasting Bioimplants
by | Nov 24, 2017
Researchers across North Texas are making breakthroughs and discoveries in the laboratories. Here are some of their stories.