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A team of researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital have developed a new Cas9 variant that virtually eliminates the reliance on protospacer adjacent motifs (PAM) in CRISPR-based genome editing. The recognition of PAM sequences by Cas enzymes is required for successful cleavage of target DNA in CRISPR systems, but constrains targeting and affects editing efficiency and flexibility.

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