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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – In a systematic analysis of the effects of CRISPR genome editing at nearly 1,500 target sites, researchers from the Francis Crick Institute found that editing precision varies considerably among genomic sites, with some targets showing one highly preferred indel and others displaying numerous infrequent indels.

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