A New Twist on CRISPR 

University of Delaware researchers Wilfred Chen, CBI Trainer, and Emily Berckman, CBI Trainee, have developed a new way to use the emerging CRISPR technology. Their discovery produces a cascade of chemical reactions that could make assembly of pharmaceuticals and biofuels more efficient and more precise.

 

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