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The CRISPR fix that could combat inherited blood disorders

Scanning electron micrograph of normal red blood cells and distorted sickle-shaped cells in sickle cell anaemia

The elongated red blood cells of people with sickle-cell disease can block small blood vessels, reducing the flow of oxygen to nearby tissues. Credit: Eye of Science/SPL

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Nature 568, 8 (2019)




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