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The Art of Gene-editing Butterflies (Painting With CRISPR)

Video   Jun 20, 2019 | Taken from It's Okay To Be Smart

 

Dr. Martin uses CRISPR to disrupt certain genes, and then looks for changes in butterfly wing patterns, creating designs we never see in nature. This tells us which genes control which part of the "wing painting" process.

 
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