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CRISPR 2.0 ‘base editing’ arrives and it’s an even more remarkable disease-fighting tool

MIT Technology Review | 
You’ve probably heard of the molecular scalpel CRISPR-Cas9, which can edit or delete whole genes. Now, scientists have developed a ...