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"Everyone is a writer" program aims to promote sharing of knowledge and learning together. We encourage scientists, researchers, and students to answer the questions with their expertise and help the others learn from the answers.


MolecularCloud team will update the question list monthly. Answer the listed questions and invite your friends to like it. The best answers (up to three)  will be selected at the end of each month and the writers will get corresponding rewards (Amazon/JD Gift card or canvas bag,choose one of three).

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How to Join in

Step 1

Click the Create a Post button to create an Article.

Step 2

Input The title of question as the Headline. Input the answer and select the #What and How and then Submit.

Step 3

Share your article on social media and invite your friends to "Like" it.

Share your posts on social media (WeChat, Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, etc.) and invite friends to answer the listed questions. Every three high quality answers from your friends will help you get a $20 Amazon/¥100 JD gift card or a New Canvas Bag! If you want to claim a gift, click the link below.

Terms and conditions

  • MolecularCloud team will select the best answers based on the quality and "Like" numbers of the answers, we will send notification emails to the winning writers.
  • Inviting your friends to "Like" your answers will help you win the award. Each customer can get at most one gift card.
  • The content your posted should match the question you selected.
  • MolecularCloud reserves the right of final explanation for details of this program. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at support@molecularcloud.org.

MolecularCloud team will update the question list monthly. Answer the listed questions and invite your friends to like it.

Question List

  • What‘s the rationale for homemade yogurt? Is a yogurt machine necessary? New
  • How to make bread at home? What is the principle of fermentation? New
  • Why do foods get moldy and go soul? New
  • What are the differences between animal and plant cells? New
  • What are the differences between prokaryotic and  eukaryotic cells? New
  • What are the moral and ethical concerns of synthetic biology?
  • How COVID-19 will affect the development of synthetic biology?
  • How to choose the right CRISPR-Cas9 delivery method?
  • How to perform a CRISPR knockout experiment?
  • How to reduce off-target effects and increase CRISPR editing efficiency?
  • What criteria will determine an ethical use of human genome editing?
  • What is CAR-T Cell Therapy?
  • What are the diseases can be treated by gene and cell therapy currently?
  • What are the ethical issues surrounding gene and cell therapy?

The best answers (up to three)  will be selected at the end of each month and the writers will get corresponding rewards.

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2020 December

Elizabeth Gabriela Macedo Flores What are the diseases can be treated by gene and cell therapy currently? Gene therapy involves altering the genes inside your body's cells in an effort to treat or stop the disease.
DINESH BABU SOMASUNDARAM What are the major technical obstacles to develop gene and cell therapy? Some genetics disease can be caused by single genes and other disease like Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease may be caused by variations/mutations in several different.
Neha Mittal What is the difference between gene and cell therapy? The aim of gene and cell therapy are somehow found nearly similar. They both mainly utilize in the treatment of genetic disease, or acquired diseases.
Rick Ponting What’s the difference between gene therapy and cell therapy? The major difference between gene and cell therapy is the way they used to delivered the content to the patients.
Raghuvandhanan K S What are the ethical issues surrounding gene and cell therapy? Gene therapy is replacing defective genes in patients with healthy ones in order to bring about a therapeutic effect.
Ana Luiza Dias Abdo Agamme What are we going to see from gene and cell therapy in the near future? According to Bulaklak and Gersbach (2020), advances in gene therapy will control the immune system response since about 50% of patients are excluded from treatment due to pre-existing immunity to the viral capsids.
DINESH BABU SOMASUNDARAM What are the diseases can be treated by gene and cell therapy currently? Gene therapy is used to cure cancer, cystic fibrosis, heart disease, diabetes, muscular dystrophy, hemophilia, AIDS, and sickle cell anemia.
Neha Mittal What are the diseases can be treated by gene and cell therapy currently? Gene and cell therapy holds amazing and a vast range of treatments to treat the list of diseases from which people are suffering since long time.
Ana Luiza Dias Abdo Agamme What are the major technical obstacles to develop gene and cell therapy? The main obstacles in the development of gene and therapy are manufacturing, affordability, and regulatory issues.

2020 November

Elizabeth Gabriela Macedo Flores How to choose the right CRISPR-Cas9 delivery method? Just as important as good sgRNA design is the choice of a conducive to the introduction of the genome editing tool based on cell type that you want to modify in order to successfully achieve the change in the target gene....
Ana Luiza Dias Abdo Agamme How to perform a CRISPR knockout experiment? CRISPR/Cas9 is an essential tool for generating genetic models for preclinical research, developing new treatments for genetic diseases, and modifying the genome of plants and animals...
Qian Zhang How to reduce off-target effects and increase CRISPR editing efficiency? As an emerging editing tool, CRISPR has attracted extensive attention in recent decades. However, its use has been largely limited due to its natural off-target effect…
Razeem MH How to reduce off-target effects and increase CRISPR editing efficiency? Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR)/Cas9 emerged as a substantial tool due to its simplicity in use, less cost and extraordinary efficiency than the conventional gene-editing tools...
Merin Kurian How to choose the right CRISPR-Cas9 delivery method? Currently, there are several methods for delivering CRISPR systems in vivo and in vitro. Both delivery vectors and physical methods are widely implemented for the efficient delivery of CRISPR/Cas9-mediated genome editing...
Iwin Joseph How to design gRNA for CRISPR genome editing? The gRNA guides the CRIPR Cas9 system to the right genomic location for performing a double strand break…

“Everyone is a writer” program has been running for eight months and many interested topics have been discussed by our users. Below you can find a set of good answers to questions about genome editing, Synthetic Biology, gene and cell therapy, etc.

Join the discussion, share your thoughts with the scientific community too!

There are some answers about the genome editing from this campaign.

There are some answers about the synthetic biology from this campaign.

There are some answers about the molecular cloning from this campaign.

There are some questions and answers about the cancer treatment and personalized diagnostics from this campaign.

There are some questions and answers about the vaccine from this campaign.

There are some answers about the next generation sequencing from this campaign.

There are some answers about the CAR-T Cell Therapy from this campaign.

There are some answers about the single-base editing from this campaign.

There are some answers about the DNA methylation from this campaign.