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Unravelling the Inner Workings of CRISPR

News   Mar 30, 2017 | Original story from The Rockefeller University

 
Unravelling the Inner Workings of CRISPR

Viruses (blue) attack a bacterial cell (yellow) by injecting their genome. A new study shows how the bacterial immune system quickly targets the invading DNA. Credit: Lee D. Simon/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

 
 
 

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