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Study reveals limitations in evaluating gene editing technology in human embryos

Research scientist using digital tablet to browse internet and find biochemistry discovery. Female chemist working with device to create pharmaceutical cure, microbiology experiment.

A commonly used scientific method to analyze a tiny amount of DNA in early human embryos fails to accurately reflect gene edits, according to new research led by scientists at Oregon Health & Science University.

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