Move over ZFNs

  title={Move over ZFNs},
  author={Bruce L. Booth and Kitai Kim and Martin J. Aryee and James J. Collins and Andrew P. Feinberg},
  journal={Nature Biotechnology},
A new technology for genome editing may put the zinc finger nuclease franchise out of business, some believe. Not so fast, say the finger people. Laura DeFrancesco reports. 

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