Arc Institute Scientists Discover Next-Generation System for Programmable Genome Design

PALO ALTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In a leap forward for genetic engineering, a team of researchers from the Arc Institute has discovered the bridge recombinase mechanism, a precise and powerful tool to recombine and rearrange DNA in a programmable way. The study published today in Nature reports their discovery of the first DNA recombinase that uses a non-coding RNA for sequence-specific selection of target and donor DNA molecules. This bridge RNA is programmable, allowing the user to specify
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