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NEW YORK – Kevin Ness, the CEO of gene editing company Inscripta, has long had a vision of doing for genome writing what Illumina did for genome reading — to make genome engineering as innovative, as scalable, and as widespread as genome sequencing is today.

To do that, Inscripta has been developing an integrated suite of software, reagents, nucleases, and an automated benchtop instrument that are designed to work together in a way that seems to combine the principles behind CRISPR gene editing, single-cell genomics, and synthetic biology into one technological platform.

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