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Years After Playing Second Fiddle to CRISPR, RNA Editing Comes Into Its Own – An Interview with Dr. Joshua Rosenthal

by Rajaneesh K. Gopinath
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In recent times, RNA editing has emerged as a technology with a promise to replicate the achievements of gene editing. Eclipsed by the CRISPR frenzy for years, RNA editing is now beginning to draw its deserved recognition.

We interviewed Dr. Joshua Rosenthal who has deeply studied naturally occurring RNA editing phenomenon and has been instrumental in founding an RNA Editing startup.

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