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  1. Sep 2016
    1. L. Alibardi, Adaptation to the land: The skin of reptiles in comparison to that of amphibians and endotherm amniotes. J. Exp. Zool. B Mol. Dev. Evol. 298, 12–41 (2003).

      this review focusses on the adaptation of skin of reptiles as they evolved from water-dwelling amphibians to

  2. Oct 2015
    1. synthesizing

      See the supplementary material for details about how the authors did this.

    2. We also incorporated these target sequences into a 200-bp format compatible with multiplex synthesis on DNA arrays (14) (fig. S11 and tables S2 and S3)

      These tables are available for future researchers who wish to use the method described here.

    3. N. E. Sanjana et al

      This article describes current state of the art in the use of transcription activator-like effectors (TALES) in genetic editing.

    4. J. Zou, P. Mali, X. Huang, S. N. Dowey, L. Cheng

      This article reports the use of a green fluorescent protein reporter system in a project to edit the gene related to sickle cell anemia.

    5. R. Sapranauskas et al .

      This article focused on research involving transferring the Staphylococcus thermophilus CRISPR3 system to Escherichia coli.

    6. G. Gasiunas, R. Barrangou, P. Horvath, V. Siksnys

      This article zeroes in on the CRISPR system of Streptococcus thermophilus, the system which was chosen by the authors of the present article.

    7. M. Jinek et al

      This article reports research on the mechanisms of the type II CRISPR system which paved the way for the research described in the current article.

    8. M. P. Terns, R. M. Terns

      This review focuses on the function of the CRISPR system http://www.micab.umn.edu/courses/8002/Terns.pdf

    9. D. Bhaya, M. Davison, R. Barrangou

      This review explains both the function of the CRISPR system and current genetic editing research in the area. http://dpb.carnegiescience.edu/sites/dpb.carnegiescience.edu/files/Bhaya_ARG.pdf

    10. B. Wiedenheft, S. H. Sternberg, J. A. Doudna

      This review explains what is currently known about how the CRISPR system functions.