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Infographic: How CRISPR gene editing works

| July 29, 2019
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Here’s a quick look at the mechanics of CRISPR, courtesy of Euroseeds, a trade association for European seed producers. The organization is pushing for fewer restrictions on breeders and researchers, seeking to develop new crops. “Plants should not be subject to biotech regulations if they could also be obtained through earlier breeding methods or result from nature,” the group said.

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