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Genome editing is a transformative but still erratic technology in health and agriculture

Gaetan Burgio, Lydia Teboul | 
Genome editing has a transformative potential in healthcare or to improve crops or livestock. However, the use of Cas9 or ...
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Genetically engineered crops could protect themselves by sterilizing pests

Plants are among many eukaryotes that can 'turn off' one or more of their genes by using a process called ...

Antioxidant-boosting GMO purple rice could decrease cancer and other health risks

Researchers in China have developed a genetic engineering approach capable of delivering many genes at once and used it to ...
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