CRISPR Gene Editing

CRISPR is a type of gene-editing technology that lets scientists more rapidly and accurately 'cut' and 'paste' genes into DNA. It is based on a targeted DNA-destroying defense system originally found in certain prokaryotes. CRISPR stands for "Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats", a term that describes a family of nucleic acid sequences that were discovered in archaea and bacteria in the 1990s containing copies of virus genes. This ability to identify specific DNA sequences with precision and break them apart was quickly recognized as a perfect tool for editing genes.

  

 

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