This story has been updated to reflect recent comments made by a scientist who has attempted gene editing with NgAgo.
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A newly proposed genome-editing platform based on a bacterial Argonaute protein is drawing significant interest from researchers, even as some struggle to get it to work.
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