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Scientists boost gene-editing tools to new heights in human stem cells

09:45 EST 30 Jan 2020 | Science Daily

Scientists have developed a new TREE method (an acronym short for transient reporter for editing enrichment, or TREE), which allows for bulk enrichment of DNA base-edited cell populations -- and for the first time, high efficiency in human stem cell lines.

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