Won #2 in Nature’s 10 most popular CRISPR papers of 2017

Our founding scientist, professor Nureki and his team won #2 position in Nature's 10 most popular CRISPR papers of 2017 with a paper titled "Real-space and real-time dynamics of CRISPR-Cas9 visualized by high-speed atomic force microscopy".

The paper have visualized the dynamics of the CRISPR-Cas9 complex, providing valuable insights into the CRISPR-mediated DNA cleavage mechanism. The high-speed function, described in a Nature Communications paper, has enabled fast, film-like scans of the biomolecules taking part in the molecular scissoring action.