Advanced cell engineering techniques have led to the creation of a system for gene editing that can be triggered by a compound found in green tea. The engineered cells, which successfully treated diabetes in mice and macaques that drank green tea, could potentially be used as a remotely controlled and easy-to-follow therapy for diabetes. It could also be used for other applications, such as guiding CRISPR gene editing and conducting digital computations.
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