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Parasitic dodder plant steals crops’ water and nutrients. Could gene editing stop it?

Futurity | 
A parasitic plant called dodder can silence the expression of genes in the host plants from which it obtains water ...
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Missing disease: Less-expensive whole-exome sequencing may flub diagnoses

Futurity | 
A common DNA test used to find genes linked with disease may miss key genetic risk indicators, new research suggests ...
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