How Does Crispr Gene Editing Work?

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In the last five years, biology has undergone a seismic shift as researchers around the globe have embraced a revolutionary technology called gene editing.

It involves the precise cutting and pasting of DNA by specialized proteins—inspired by nature, engineered by researchers.

These proteins come in three varieties, all known by their somewhat clumsy acronyms: ZFNs, TALENs, and CRISPRs.


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