An illustration of the new gene editing method, which uses a bridge RNA (yellow) and a recombinase enzyme (blue) to combine two pieces of DNA (Credit: Visual Science)

Sci­en­tists un­veil new way to make large changes to genes, and no CRISPR is re­quired

Sci­en­tists led by Patrick Hsu at the Arc In­sti­tute in Pa­lo Al­to have un­veiled a new form of gene edit­ing that can add, re­move or …

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