Researchers Use Genome Editing Methods to Swap Stop Codons in Living Bacteria | GenomeWeb

By Andrea Anderson

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – In Science today, an international research group led by investigators at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology reported that they have advanced their genome editing technology, using these tools to develop Escherichia coli strains in which one stop codon has been replaced by another.

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