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Prof. Michael Krauthammer and Prof. Gerald Schwank: "Artificial intelligence improves efficiency of genome editing" on EurekAlert

Genome editing technologies offer great opportunities for treating genetic diseases. Methods such as the widely used CRISPR/Cas9 gene scissors directly address the cause of the disease in the DNA. The scissors are used in the laboratory to make targeted modifications to the genetic material in cell lines and model organisms and to study biological processes. Continue reading & and UZH media release