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US researchers using nanotech, gene editing to turn off cholesterol gene in mice

Chicago

RESEARCHERS in the US have used nanotechnology plus the powerful CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing tool to turn off a key cholesterol-related gene in mouse liver cells, an advance that could lead to new ways to correct genes that cause high cholesterol and other liver diseases.

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