Re: USU Researchers Use CRISPR to Advance Synthetic Spider Silk Manufacture
I would be very surprised if KBLB has not already moved from ZFN to CRISPR for future advances as CRISPR is very fast. CRISPR is the future of genetic modification, but without understanding what parts to snip and to replace, it is worthless. The key is identifying the various genetic parts that are responsible for spider silk. The idea that USU is moving in this area and is working with China is disturbing. However, I am confident that KBKB remains way ahead in actually commercializing spider silk.
We don't need PR, we need some projections as to when production can start and what production goals are. The market hates uncertainty as much as it hates reversed splits.