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Targeting Disease: USU Undergrads Explore Emerging 'CRISPR' Technology
February 12, 2018
LOGAN, Utah, Feb. 12 -- Utah State University issued the following news release:

Mention emerging CRISPR (pronounced "crisper") technology and many people think of "designer babies."

"When people hear 'CRISPR,' they think of a tool for editing DNA," says Utah State University biochemist Ryan Jackson. "It's actually an immune system found in bacteria."

And, yes, certain CRISPR-based immune systems, such as "CRISPR . . .

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