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This work was supported by a grant from the Institute for Basic Science (IBS-R021-D1).

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  1. Department of Chemistry, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea.

    • Jungeun Kim
    •  & Jin-Soo Kim
  2. Center for Genome Engineering, Institute for Basic Science, Seoul, South Korea.

    • Jin-Soo Kim

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J.-S.K. wrote the manuscript. J.K. performed the plant experiment and analyzed the data.

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The authors have filed patent applications on Cas9 and Cpf1 RNP methods.

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