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Did You Know You Can Now EDIT Genes As Well?

CRISPR comes to rescue!

Did You Know You Can Now EDIT Genes As Well?
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Inventions and innovations these days are working wonders. They are making our lives easier than they were a few decades ago. But sometimes, we feel all of that to be not enough. Don't you ever wish for such discoveries that would make your life easier within a blink of an eye? Or don't you think of such inventions that would work like a magic wand?

Can a medical development be so on par that it can change the requirements of our basic needs in life? Can such innovations ever happen where you can feel rejuvenated after just three hours of sleep or voluntarily turn off your sensations of pain? No wonder everybody must have imagined for that. Though, it can be agreed upon that it is not possible... yet!

But here is a medical trick with bacterial DNA which is allowing scientists to use a whole new kind of DNA manipulation.

Take a look!

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A revolutionary tool

A revolutionary tool

There is a gene editing tool that's changing the world.

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The CRISPR!

The CRISPR!
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It is known as CRISPR - Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats.

It's all about advanced gene therapy and splicing

It's all about advanced gene therapy and splicing
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CRISPR- An unusual DNA sequences that help protect organisms by identifying threats, attacking them and therefore leading to change the world. It is bringing ideas straight into reality.

A repeating pattern

A repeating pattern
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They look like short palindromes repeating over and over with slight variations.

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DNA on the rescue

DNA on the rescue
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It refers to the unusual DNA sequences that help protect organisms by identifying threats and attacking them.

Is it possible yet?

Is it possible yet?
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So, can we edit anyone's DNA now?

CRISPR is not there... yet.

CRISPR is not there... yet.
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But it can identify genetic problems before birth and disrupt the faulty genes so that they cannot do any damage. It can also be used to safely alter DNA to resist HIV infection.

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