Response to “Unexpected mutations after CRISPR–Cas9 editing in vivo


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Wilson, C., Fennell, T., Bothmer, A. et al. Response to “Unexpected mutations after CRISPR–Cas9 editing in vivo”. Nat Methods 15, 236–237 (2018).

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