Elucidation of Genetic Alterations to Understand The Biology of Non Small Cell Lung Cancer Patient (Paperback)
The field of genetics has undergone a revolution in recent years, thanks to the development of powerful tools such as CRISPR-Cas9, gene editing, and genome engineering. These tools allow scientists to study genes in unprecedented detail, and to modify them in ways that were previously impossible. This has opened up new possibilities for precision medicine, gene therapy, and the treatment of genetic diseases.
Genetic engineering and modification have also been used to study the function of genes and to elucidate their role in various biological processes. Gene regulation and expression, transcription factors, and RNA interference are some of the key areas of research in genetics. Epigenetics, which refers to changes in gene expression that do not involve alterations to the DNA sequence, is another important area of study.
Overall, genetics has enormous potential to improve our understanding of biology and to revolutionize healthcare. As the field continues to evolve, we can expect to see more exciting discoveries and breakthroughs in the years ahead