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Image shows a common form of liver cancer, called hepatocellular carcinoma, produced in mice following the introduction of a tumor-causing mutation in the beta-catenin gene by CRISPR base editing. The staining shows expression of a gene (Glutamine Synthetase) that is activated by mutant beta-catenin in tumors.

DNA Editing Just Got Easier

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