Precision Biosciences

  • Modular synthetic meganuclease scaffold, called ARCUS, for easily adaptable genome editing
  • Meganucleases use large recognition sites – typically 20 base pairs to 50 base pairs long – for highly specific genome editing
  • Claims development of highly specific meganucleases at the same...

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