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Andrew Wood

Andrew Wood is a Chancellor’s Fellow at the MRC Human Genetics Unit and a Reader at the University of Edinburgh, UK. Research in the Wood laboratory focuses on chromatin, chromosome structure and chromosome stability, and is supported by the Wellcome Trust and the Medical Research Council, UK.

Transcriptionally Silent Chromatin Delays CRISPR-Cas9 Activity Without Influencing The Outcome Of Genome Editing

Genome editing enables precise DNA sequence changes to be engineered within chromatin of living cells. This has transformed the way in which we produce genetically modified cells, plants, livestock, and laboratory animals, and contributed to a renaissance in human gene […]