Il diritto a nascere con un patrimonio genetico non arbitrariamente modificato come limite alla legittimità delle manipolazioni genetiche embrionali

Noemi Conditi


Germline gene editing technologies are rapidly spreading all over the world. Therefore, there is a strong need for the law to start regulating the matter, because of the improvement of the CRISPR/Cas-9 technique and the possible risks involved. The present article aims to analyse under a comparative perspective whether it is possible to consider a hypothetical right to be born with a genetic inheritance not (arbitrarily) modified as a reason for an absolute ban on these techniques.


Germline gene editing; CRISPR/Cas-9; comparative law; biolaw; embryos

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