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Searching for the CRISPR Swiss-army Knife

News   Dec 13, 2017 | Original story from FECYT - Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology

 
Searching for the CRISPR Swiss-army Knife

Representation of CRISPR protein Cpf1. The class 2 CRISPR Cas complexes, including Cas9 and Cpf1, have great versatility, since a single protein guided by a guide RNA is able to recognize and cut a specific sequence of the genome. / Pablo Alcón / University of Copenhagen

 
 
 

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