Making cells ignore mutations could treat genetic diseases
Cystic fibrosis is a genetic condition that affects the lungs and other organsGuy Viner/SPLBy Michael Le PageIf the instructions for what you’re building are wrong, what can you do? That’s the problem posed when DNA mutations in people with genetic disease lead to the production of faulty proteins. But a new technique could help cells get around that...
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