[A2k] Um . . .
seth.p.johnson at gmail.com
Fri Nov 8 13:10:55 PST 2013
Might we want to get out in front on this one?
Folks, this is general purpose gene editing -- in live organisms. Go
online, look up a gene sequence you don't want to have, download it
into a Makerbot, it prints RNA, wraps them in CAS9, and spits out a
cocktail. You might literally quaff it. Then it *edits your cells!*
So: you can see, there's going to be a push to appropriate gene
sequences, and they're just code for a general purpose gene machine!
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