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CRISPR-Cas9 allows scientists to create genetic changes in the cells.
Chinese researchers using CRISPR gene editing in human patients: What could be the danger?

Chinese scientists successfully modified non-viable embryos to make them HIV-resistant.
Chinese Scientists Modify Embryos to Make Them HIV-resistant, Raising Ethics Debate

A DNA double helix is seen in an undated artist's illustration released by the National Human Genome Research Institute to Reuters.
More Study Needed Before Gene-Editing Will Be Allowed On Human Embryo

A DNA double helix is seen in an undated artist's illustration released by the National Human Genome Research Institute to Reuters.
More Study Needed Before Gene-Editing Will Be Allowed On Human Embryo

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Chinese scientists have created heavily muscled super-dogs using gene editing technology called CRISPER.
Chinese Scientists Create Muscular Super-Dogs Using CRISPER Gene Editing

Pig
Gene Editing Could Allow GM Pig-To-Human Organ Transplants: Study

CRISPR systems are found in many different bacterial species, and have evolved to protect host cells against infection by viruses.
Scientists Reveal New DNA Genome Editing System Better than CRISPR Cas9

Gene Editing
NIH Announces Ban For Human Embryo Gene Editing Research Funding

grandparents and grandbaby
Genetically Engineered Babies Would Use Powerful New Gene Editing Technologies To Fight Against Major Diseases

Gene Editing
Ethical Implications of Gene Editing Should Not Be Overlooked; Researchers Face Flak

The bacterial enzyme Cas9 is the engine of RNA-programmed genome engineering in human cells.
Scientists Fear Human Gene Editing That Can Create 'Designer Babies'

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