Scientists in China have used CRISPR base editing to alter a disease-linked gene mutation in human embryos created through in vitro fertilization, according to findings published in Molecular Therapy. The base-editing procedure corrected a single-letter gene error linked to Marfan syndrome.
CRISPR base editing used to correct mutated gene in human embryos
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