A new genome editing method has been developed by David Liu’s lab at the Broad Institute. The technique, called prime editing, can change any nucleotide to any other nucleotide with no double stranded breaks and no donor DNA needed. It is more efficient, makes fewer byproducts, and has lower off-target editing than traditional CRISPR-Cas9 editing . . .

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