Johns Hopkins scientists use genome editing technology to alter human stem cells

Johns Hopkins study could advance use of stem cells for treatment and disease research
A powerful “genome editing” technology known as CRISPR has been used by researchers since 2012 to trim, disrupt, replace or add to sequences of an organism’s DNA. Now, scientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine have …
Johns Hopkins scientists use genome editing technology to alter human stem cells

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