Manipulating the Destiny of Wild Populations Using CRISPR

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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.




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.

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