Putting A Patch On Faulty Rna
MOST APPROACHES TO GENE therapy involve deleting or replacing faulty genes. But for some genetic disorders, repairs may be possible. That potential is described in the Apr. 28 issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by researchers from the University of North Carolina and Bern University in Switzerland.
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