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Interesting Engineering and Science and Technology Research News reported on how UCLA geneticists tweaked the powerful gene-editing tool, CRISPR, which enabled them to monitor the outcome of tens of thousands of gene edits in the time it currently takes to analyze a few. Senior study author Leonid Kruglyak, chair of human genetics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, and first author Meru Sadhu, a postdoctoral researcher in human genetics, were quoted.
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