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How CRISPR can help fight against neurodegenerative diseases

07:06 EDT 12 Sep 2019 | Bionity

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Researchers of Sechenov University and University of Pittsburgh described the most promising strategies in applying genetic engineering for studying and treating Parkinson's disease. This method can help evaluate the role of various cellular processes in pathology progression, develop new drugs and ...

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