Genome-editing technologies: the gap between application and policy
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We thank Drs. Jiayang Li and Caixia Gao (Institue of Genetics and Development, CAS), and Dr. Wensheng Wei (Peking University) for valuable comments on the manuscript. This work was supported by the Ministry of Agriculture of China (2016ZX08010001) and the Key Research Program of Guangzhou Science Technology and Innovation Commission (201904020030).
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