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Tissue Engineering (Preprints)

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Tissue engineering is an interdisciplinary field that aims to create, repair, and/or replace tissues and organs by using biomaterial scaffolds, growth factors, stem cells, and genetic engineering. Discover the latest preprints on tissue engineering here.

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The pathognomonic FOXL2 C134W mutation alters DNA binding specificity

bioRxivMarch 21, 2020
Annaick CarlesMartin Hirst

High-throughput mapping of the phage resistance landscape in E. coli

bioRxivFebruary 16, 2020
Vivek K MutalikAdam P. Arkin

Genome editing in mammals using CRISPR type I-D nuclease

bioRxivMarch 15, 2020
Keishi OsakabeYuriko Osakabe

Capybara: A computational tool to measure cell identity and fate transitions

bioRxivFebruary 17, 2020
Wenjun KongSamantha A Morris

CRISPR-TAPE: protein-centric CRISPR guide design for targeted proteome engineering

bioRxivFebruary 26, 2020
Daniel P AndersonMatthew Andrew Child

Methods for Running a Successful Women-in-STEM Organization on an Academic Campus

bioRxivFebruary 23, 2020
Deborah RupertMolly Gale Hammell

Multiplexed conditional genome editing with Cas12a in Drosophila

bioRxivFebruary 27, 2020
Fillip PortMichael Boutros

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