Improving Genome Editing: CRISPR Cpf1 mechanism visualized

News   Jul 11, 2017 | Original story from SINC

 
Improving Genome Editing: CRISPR Cpf1 mechanism visualized

Representation of the Cpf1 protein in complex with its target RNA and target DNA. The determination of its structure at high resolution has allowed to reveal the modus operandi of this genetic engineering tool. / University of Copenhagen

 
 
 

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