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The expansive roster of anti-CRISPR proteins opens up many questions about the archaic arms race between bacteria and the phages that prey on them. But it also provides scientists with a toolkit for keeping gene editing in check. https://go.nature.com/3aa

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The expansive roster of anti-CRISPR proteins opens up many questions about the archaic arms race between bacteria and the phages that prey on them. But it also provides scientists with a toolkit for keeping gene editing in check. https://go.nature.com/3aaEbXO 

Original Article: The expansive roster of anti-CRISPR proteins opens up many questions about the archaic arms race between bacteria and the phages that prey on them. But it also provides scientists with a toolkit for keeping gene editing in check. https://go.nature.com/3aa

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