Got mutation? ‘Base editors’ fix genomes one nucleotide at a time – Nature.com

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When Xingxu Huang began thinking about correcting disease-causing mutations in the human genome, his attention turned naturally to CRISPRCas9. But it quickly became clear that the popular gene-editing tool wasnt ideal for the majority of human …

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