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A Stanford University School of Medicine-led team has developed a CRISPR-based way to tease out genetic interactions, noting that yeast-based screens can be unwieldy. As they report in Genome Research, the researchers used a CRISPR interference approach to knock down single genes in yeast and combined it with sequencing to form a new tool dubbed CRISPRiSeq.

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