Searching for the Kryptonite That Can Stop CRISPR

Searching for the Kryptonite That Can Stop CRISPR
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In September 2016, Jennifer Doudna called a new colleague named Kyle Watters to her office. By then, the University of California, Berkeley, biochemist was famous as the coinventor of CRISPR. The invention of the fast and versatile tool to edit genes had vaulted her to global notoriety and to considerable wealth.

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