I can’t find genes that fit

Good news, bad news. Companies that are developing cutting-edge gene therapy recently got some good news when the FDA approved the first gene therapy in the US and indicated they will expedite the approval of experimental gene therapies. Great. The bad news? Genes (specifically, modified genes) are in high demand. A recent NY Times article explains that “firms that can (manufacture the genes) are swamped with orders and requests.” Organizations are having to sign-up years in advance to secure manufacturing slots, often before proof-of-concept is complete. Risky. Expensive. Decisions have to be made and one company, Bluebird Bio, has taken the bull by the horns, securing their own manufacturing. We’ll keep you updated, and for an InsightCity approved view of men and skinny jeans go here.
[Editor’s note: two-thirds of InsightCity approved anyway.]

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