Genome Editing For the Win | GenomeWeb

Nature Methods lauds genome editing with engineered nucleases as its 2011 Method of the Year. The journal says that, with an eye toward clinical application, researchers have for years toiled with nuclease engineering, generating "very powerful basic research tools … in the process."

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