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PASTE Expands CRISPR Toolbox by Inserting Large Pieces of DNA

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PASTE (programmable addition via site-specific targeting elements) delivered genes as long as 36,000 DNA base pairs to several types of human cells. PASTE uses a CRISPR-Cas9 nickase fused to two enzymes. Researchers are now exploring the possibility of this tool as a possible way to replace the defective fibrosis gene.
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PASTE Expands CRISPR Toolbox by Inserting Large Pieces of DNA

PASTE, a new CRISPR-Cas9 based genome editing tool, holds potential for treating a variety of diseases caused by faulty genes.

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