International Conference on Gene Editing and CRISPR Technologies (GECT 2023)

  • May 2023
  • China

Description

The International Conference on Gene Editing and CRISPR Technologies (GECT 2023) covers topics such as:

  • Cas Genes and CRISPR Subtypes
  • Biomedicine
  • CRISPR Biology
  • Clinical Application of Gene Editing
  • CRISPR-Associated Systems
  • CRISPR Systems and CRISPR Technologies
  • Different Gene Delivery Systems
  • Delivery and specificity of CRISPR-based tools
  • Effective Delivery for Genes in Vitro
  • Disease Models
  • Gene Editing Technology and Gene Editing Efficiency
  • Gene Drive
  • Gene Function
  • Gene Editing-Based Safety and Ethics
  • Gene Therapy
  • Gene Knock In and Genomic Screening
  • Genetics and Genomic Medicine
  • Genetic Vaccines
  • Genome Engineering and DNA repair
  • Genome Editing and Genome Regulation
  • In Vitro Genetic Depletion
  • In Situ Gene Editing
  • Locus Structure
  • In Vivo Gene Editing
  • Nano-Therapy
  • Molecular Epigenetics
  • Optimizing Repair of CRISPR-Generated DNA Breaks
  • Off-Target Effects
  • Regulatory, Safety Aspects of Cell and Gene Therapy
  • Programmable Gene Expression
  • RNA Editing Technology
  • Repeated Sequences
  • RNAi and Gene Therapy
  • RNA Guided Nuclease for Genome Modifications
  • Single Base Editing
  • RNAi based Screening Technologies
  • Targeted Gene Replacement
  • Spacer Acquisition, Biogenesis, and Interference
  • Viral Gene Therapy
  • Vectors for Gene Therapy

The International Conference on Gene Editing and CRISPR Technologies (GECT 2023) might be held in China in May 2023.

More Details

Prices:
400-600 US Dollar (Estimated)
Organizer:
Academic Communications
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Event Categories

Health & Medicine: Genetics
Technology: Biotechnology

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