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The Promise and Pitfalls of CRISPR

The Promise and Pitfalls of CRISPR

Record date: Apr 27, 2016

Kate O'Connor-Giles, Assistant Professor in the Laboratory of Genetics at UW-Madison, explores the implications of using CRISPR genome engineering technology. CRISPR can be used to edit DNA sequences to probe gene function, create disease resistant agricultural organisms and correct disease-causing mutations in humans.

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