Authors Retract Controversial NgAgo Gene-Editing Study

14:44 EDT 9 Aug 2017 |

(Nature) – The Chinese authors of a high-profile gene-editing paper retracted their study yesterday, citing scientists’ inability to replicate the main finding. The paper, published in Nature Biotechnology in May 2016, detailed how an enzyme named NgAgo could be used … Read More

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