Template-free CRISPR for correcting pathogenic duplications

UMass scientists have shown how template-free CRISPR could treat diseases caused by DNA duplication mutations

A UMass med school team has shown how template-free CRISPR could repair pathogenic DNA duplications and identified over a hundred disease-associated mutations as targets for the new method.

Author Scot Wolfe, a professor of molecular, cell and cancer biology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, said the strategy

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