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Gene Therapy Eliminates Over 90% of Latent Herpes Virus in Animal Model

News   Aug 19, 2020 | Original story from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

 
Gene Therapy Eliminates Over 90% of Latent Herpes Virus in Animal Model

A computer-generated image of a meganuclease (center), an antibody (left) and the gene-editing enzyme CRISPR-Cas9 (right). The light-colored ladder-like structures in the meganuclease and Cas9 images are the double helices of DNA in the genes they each target. Credit: Abigail Lambert / Stoddard Lab at Fred Hutch.

 
 
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