NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A star-studded team of Broad Institute researchers has developed a new nucleic acid detection technology that combines isothermal amplification and a new breed of CRISPR enzyme that targets RNA.

"It's a different way of using CRISPR, not for editing the genome, but to detect and diagnose biological material," Broad researcher Feng Zhang said in a statement.

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