CRISPR: Screening the genome for potential off-target effects

News   Jul 03, 2017 | Original story from The University of Texas at Austin

 
CRISPR: Screening the genome for potential off-target effects

A CRISPR protein targets specific sections of DNA and cuts them. Scientists have turned this natural defense mechanism in bacteria into a tool for gene editing. Jenna Luecke and David Steadman/Univ. of Texas at Austin

 
 
 
 

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