NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Of all the Cas proteins researchers have discovered associated with the CRISPR genome editing system in bacteria, Cas4 has remained somewhat mysterious as researchers have yet to discover what its purpose really is.

Now, however, two research teams have independently published studies in which they've established models for possible roles Cas4 could play in the CRISPR editing process.

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