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Re-engineered cells are making waves in cancer treatment. But there may be a safer way to achieve the same effect.
The concept of circuitry, borrowed from computer technology, could make the next generation of gene therapies more flexible and powerful.
Zinc fingers could pull gene therapy back from the brink—but only if more researchers can get their hands on the remarkable proteins.
With zinc finger technology, scientists might be able to “cut and paste” DNA to fight certain diseases.
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