Researchers discover why the CRISPR gene editing system sometimes fails

The CRISPR gene editing revolution is less than a decade old and scientists are still learning how best to deploy this ground-breaking technique. A team from the University of Illinois at Chicago has recently discovered why the technique sometimes fails, uncovering a novel insight into the new process that will hopefully make future research more efficient and effective…
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