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Biological Switch Can Control Genome Editing

News   Jul 04, 2018 | Original Press Release from the University of Bath

 
Biological Switch Can Control Genome Editing

The left-hand group has no gene editing RNA or BOC. The next group has BOC but no RNA, and the third has RNA, but no BOC. The right-hand group has both gene editing machinery and BOC. BOC activates the switch and non-fluorescent pups result. Credit: University of Bath

 
 
 

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