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Nature Biotechnology volume 35, pages 428429 (2017) | Download Citation

Research on base editing leads to new enzymes, genome-wide specificity measurements, and edited plants and animals.

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  1. Andrew May is at the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub, San Francisco, California, USA.

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A.M. is a shareholder in and advisor to Caribou Biosciences, Inc. a company that develops genome engineering technologies.

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