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Crispr Cuts and Stitches

November 7, 2013 | Crispr, the unwieldy acronym for palindromic repeats in DNA, was thought to be junk DNA for years. Turns out, that is definitely not the case. The Independent speaks with Jennifer Doudna about Crispr's role in the bacteria immune system, and how we can use it for genetic engineering. Independent
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