Conversations with Giants in Medicine 10.1172/JCI128550
First published April 1, 2019 - More info
Excerpt: The geneticist, innovator, and entrepreneur, George Church of Harvard and MIT, developed the methods for the first genome sequencing and his subsequent work has brought down the price of sequencing over 10-million-fold. His was one of the two research groups that first got CRISPR-Cas9 to work for precise gene editing...
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