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Trove of CRISPR-like gene-cutting enzymes found in microbes

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  • Correction 16 September 2021: An earlier version of this story stated that researchers had not seen CRISPR activity in eukaryotic cells before. This quote has been amended to say that a CRISPR-like system had not been previously seen in eukaryotes.


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