A Cryo-EM map of a Fanzor protein (gray, yellow, light blue, and pink) in complex with wRNA (purple) and its target DNA (red). Non-target DNA strand in blue. (Courtesy of the Zhang lab)

Meet ‘Fan­zor,’ a cousin of CRISPR and Feng Zhang’s new gene edit­ing tool

Mi­crobes have lost their mo­nop­oly as the sole source of new en­zymes that can be eas­i­ly pro­grammed to make pre­cise ed­its to the genome. …

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