CRISPR Reworked to Record a Cell’s Own Transcriptional Activity
CRISPR Reworked to Record a Cell’s Own Transcriptional Activity
Researchers create permanent DNA records directly from transient RNA transcripts within bacterial cells.
CRISPR Reworked to Record a Cell’s Own Transcriptional Activity
CRISPR Reworked to Record a Cell’s Own Transcriptional Activity

Researchers create permanent DNA records directly from transient RNA transcripts within bacterial cells.

Researchers create permanent DNA records directly from transient RNA transcripts within bacterial cells.

oocyte, developmental biology, microbiology, cell & molecular biology
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Dozens of Retractions Requested for Heart Stem Cell Studies
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First Mouse Embryos Made from Two FathersFirst Mouse Embryos Made from Two Fathers
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