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CRISPR helps to rid mice of HIV

Fig. 4, panel showing the spleen of HIV-infected mice treated with CRISPR

Immune cells (brown) called CD4+ T cells are scarcer in the spleen of an untreated HIV-infected mouse (left) than in that of a mouse treated with antiretrovirals and CRISPR gene editing (right). Credit: Kamel Khalili

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Nature 571, 148 (2019)




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