CRISPR Helps Fight Cancer... With Cancer

News   Jul 12, 2018 | by Ruairi J Mackenzie, Science Editor, Technology Networks

 
CRISPR Helps Fight Cancer... With Cancer

In this image, CRISPR-engineered therapeutic cancer cells (green) track primary cancer cells (red) in the brain. Credit: CSTI/Khalid Shah lab

Ruairi MacKenzie

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