Enzyme Engineering Boosts Super-precise CRISPR Tool

12:00 EST 12 Feb 2020 | ISAAA

Experts from Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT and partners continue to improve gene editing. With a new super-precise version of CRISPR, the researchers have boosted its accuracy by engineering enzymes that can accurately target DNA without introducing as many unwanted mutations. Their findings are reported in Nature Biotechnology.To detect unwan...

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