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A CRISPR first produces squid as clear as glass

Two jelly-like creatures with big eyes, one transparent, the other with small dark spots all over it.

A longfin inshore squid hatchling treated with CRISPR gene editing lacks the spots of its untreated companion. Credit: K. Crawford et al./Curr. Biol.

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Nature 584, 11 (2020)




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