Manipulating the Destiny of Wild Populations Using CRISPR

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Abstract

Genetic biocontrol aims to suppress or modify populations of species to pro-tect public health, agriculture, and biodiversity. Advancements in genome engineering technologies have fueled a surge in research in this field, with one gene editing technology, CRISPR, leading the charge. This review fo-cuses on the current state of CRISPR technologies for genetic biocontrol of pests and highlights the progress and ongoing challenges of using these approaches.

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Raban, R., Marshall, J. M., Hay, B. A., & Akbari, O. S. (2023, November 27). Manipulating the Destiny of Wild Populations Using CRISPR. Annual Review of Genetics. Annual Reviews Inc. https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-genet-031623-105059

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