A new team at Medical College of Georgia is taking aim at defective gene sequences that cause disease using the revolutionary CRISPR method that... Genome editing heralds new era of disease research

A new team at Medical College of Georgia is taking aim at defective gene sequences that cause disease using the revolutionary CRISPR method that allows precise editing of specific sequences to create animal models of those diseases.

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