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Prime editing sensors enable multiplexed genome editing

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Fig. 1: Prime editing sensors enable an integrated readout of editing activity in a pooled format.


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Gould, S.I. Prime editing sensors enable multiplexed genome editing. Nat Rev Genet 25, 454 (2024).

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