CRISPR Medicine News, 19 March 2020 - CRISPR Medicine

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  • In a world's first, Locus Biosciences has enrolled the first patients in a clinical trial using bacteriophage boosted with CRISPR to cure urinary tract infections. The completely new antibacterial principle for curing disease comes as multi-drug resistance is on the rise.

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