We’re entering a new age of genetic editing, as flurry of CRISPR trials already gear up


This could usher in a wondrous era for genetic science, but risks also loom ahead. Crisper, better gene editing RISPR-associated protein Cas9 (white) from Staphylococcus aureus. CRISPR first crept into the public eye in 2012 when researchers found a way to transform it from a bacterial shield (which is what it is, naturally) to a gene…


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We’re entering a new age of genetic editing, as flurry of CRISPR trials already gear up

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