ACS Chem Biol. 2018 Feb 16
  1. pp 283-284 "[Editorial Letter]Special Issue on the Chemical Biology of CRISPR" Alyson G. Weidmann  and Amit Choudhary
  2. pp 290–295 "Spotlight: A Conversation with Laura Kiessling and Jennifer Doudna" Laura L. Kiessling and Jennifer A. Doudna.
  3. pp 296–304 "Frontiers in CRISPR" Alyson G. Weidmann.
  4. pp 305-308. "Discovering the Genome-Wide Activity of CRISPR-Cas Nucleases" Shengdar Q. Tsai.
  5. pp 309–312 "Discovery of Oligonucleotide Signaling Mediated by CRISPR-Associated Polymerases Solves Two Puzzles but Leaves an Enigma" Eugene V. Koonin Kira S. Makarova.
  6. pp 313–325 "The Future of Multiplexed Eukaryotic Genome Engineering" David B. Thompson, Stan Wang, ~ George M. Church.
  7. pp 326–332 "Identifying Novel Enhancer Elements with CRISPR-Based Screens" Jason C. Klein, Wei Chen, Molly Gasperini, and Jay Shendure.
  8. pp 333-342 "Genome Editing: Insights from Chemical Biology to Support Safe and Transformative Therapeutic Applications"
  9. pp 343–346 "Gene Drive: Evolved and Synthetic" Austin Burt and Andrea Crisanti.
  10. pp 347–356 "Diverse Class 2 CRISPR-Cas Effector Proteins for Genome Engineering Applications" Neena K. Pyzocha and Sidi Chen
  11. pp 357–365 "Type II-C CRISPR-Cas9 Biology, Mechanism, and Application" Aamir Mir, Alireza Edraki, Jooyoung Lee and Erik J. Sontheimer
  12. pp 366–375"CRISPR Approaches to Small Molecule Target Identification" Marco Jost and Jonathan S. Weissman.
  13. pp 376–382 "The Promise and Challenge of In Vivo Delivery for Genome Therapeutics" Ross C. Wilson and Luke A. Gilbert.
  14. pp 383–388 "Editing the Genome Without Double-Stranded DNA Breaks" Alexis C. Komor, Ahmed H. Badran and David R. Liu.
  15. pp 389–396 "Modulating DNA Repair Pathways to Improve Precision Genome Engineering" Katherine S. Pawelczak et al.
  16. pp 397–405 "Repair of a Site-Specific DNA Cleavage: Old-School Lessons for Cas9-Mediated Gene Editing" Danielle N. Gallagher and James E. Haber.
  17. pp 406–416 "CRISPRi and CRISPRa Screens in Mammalian Cells for Precision Biology and Medicine" Martin Kampmann.
  18. pp 417–423 "Protein Inhibitors of CRISPR-Cas9" Joseph Bondy-Denomy. Joseph Bondy-Denomy.
  19. pp 424–430"Can CRISPR-Based Gene Drive Be Confined in the Wild? A Question for Molecular and Population Biology" John M. Marshall and Omar S. Akbari.
  20. pp 431–437 "Multidimensional Control of Cas9 by Evolved RNA Polymerase-Based Biosensors" Jinyue Pu, Kaitlin Kentala, and Bryan C. Dickinson.
  21. pp 438–442 "Rheostatic Control of Cas9-Mediated DNA Double Strand Break (DSB) Generation and Genome Editing" John C. Rose, Jason J. Stephany, Cindy T. Wei, Douglas M. Fowler, and Dustin J. Maly.
  22. pp 443–448 "A Single-Chain Photoswitchable CRISPR-Cas9 Architecture for Light-Inducible Gene Editing and Transcription" Xin X. Zhou, ~ Michael Z. Lin.
  23. pp 449–454 "Generation of Optogenetically Modified Adenovirus Vector for Spatiotemporally Controllable Gene Therapy" Kazuo Takayama  and Hiroyuki Mizuguchi.
  24. pp 455–460 "Chemical Control of a CRISPR-Cas9 Acetyltransferase" Jonathan H. Shrimp, ~ Jordan L. Meier. 
  25. pp 461–466 "A Cleavage-Responsive Stem-Loop Hairpin for Assaying Guide RNA Activity" Tara R. deBoer et al.
  26. pp 467–474 "CRISPR-Mediated Tagging of Endogenous Proteins with a Luminescent Peptide" Marie K. Schwinn et al
  27. pp 475–480 "Two-Color 810 nm STED Nanoscopy of Living Cells with Endogenous SNAP-Tagged Fusion Proteins" Alexey N. Butkevich, ~ Vladimir N. Belov and Stefan W. Hell.
  28. pp 481–490 "Conformational Dynamics of DNA Binding and Cas3 Recruitment by the CRISPR RNA-Guided Cascade Complex" Paul B. G. van Erp, ~ Blake Wiedenheft.