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An lab-modified enzyme known as xCas9 could allow researchers to tinker with more sites in the genome with fewer unwanted effects than conventional CRISPR techniques. The revamped Cas9 protein can cut DNA at four times as many sites as the unmodified Cas9 enzyme currently used most in laboratories.


Source: Nature, 28 February 2018.


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