CRISPR: From Early Discoveries to Applications in Plant Science
Posted 28th June 2017 by Jane Williams
The discovery of CRISPR happened by accident in 1987. First applied in mammalian cells in 2013, a year later it was applied to plant cells. Our timeline highlights the milestones of this novel technology until its most recent developments and applications in plant science.
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Find out the latest applications of CRISPR in plant genomics. Join us in Philadelphia at the 5th Plant Genomics and Gene Editing Congress: USA.
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