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Developing New Delivery Tools for Gene Editing

News   Nov 01, 2019 | Original story from the University of IOWA Health Care

 
Developing New Delivery Tools for Gene Editing

Fluorescence image of lung tissue section shows delivery of GFP-NLS protein (green) to mouse airways using amphiphilic peptide. Credit: Paul McCray, University of Iowa.

 
 
 

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