Ajit Johnson
Cancer biologist, University of Edinburgh.
July 21, 2017 · 26 Reads

7 amazing things we’ve achieved with CRISPR- Gene editing

CRISPR, a new genome editing tool, that could transform the field of biology.  Just this year alone, researchers have made advances in fighting diseases, antibiotic-resistant bacteria, mosquitoes and much more.

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