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Boosting CRISPR Efficiency

News   Mar 07, 2019 | Original story by UT Southwestern

 
Boosting CRISPR Efficiency

The images illustrate the lack of dystrophin, shown in red, in an unedited human heart muscle cell with DMD (left) and the restoration of dystrophin in a CRISPR-edited human heart muscle cell (right). Credit: UT Southwestern

 
 
 

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