CRISPR saCas9: It's the greatness of spCas9 "miniaturized"!
➜ Dear fellow gene editing enthusiasts, thanks for following our Molecular Minutes series--we hope you've had many gene editing adventures since! Have you heard of saCas9? It's a newly discovered nuclease that could change the game for CRISPR-based gene therapy. This "little" nuclease is small enough to fit into an adeno-associated virus and has already been busy editing the genomes of living organisms. Exciting, right? Watch our video to learn more about this CRISPR Cas9 system!
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