Sorry, just to save me a bunch of reading and possibly getting nowhere..and I'm not sure I'm asking correctly..
Is cas12a in the casY category? Is there some list showing each useful enzyme and which category it's in?
@Hairpeesthere is absolutely nothing inaccurate in what I have said and I stand by EVERY word.
There is not one ounce of fact or accuracy in any of your comments.
I’m sorry for your misinterpretations, but their yours alone.
I suggest you need to undertake considerable research before commenting further. Please lift yourself.
I was going to post something about this but I figure this should help people understand before this thread goes haywire.
CAS12A remember cas12a
Instead of CRISPR cas9 crispr cas12a is a more precise and deemed more safe.
In the past couple weeks CRISPR has had a lot of bad publicity over new research, but last week it was discovered that another enzyme CAS12A is very precise and safe.
I am guessing that Excisionbio is going to switch gears and start using CAS12A instead of cas9.
please see the article published last week.
bad UI design. but I agree. they probably consider HSV-1 and HSV-2 comparable enough and will do each with a different CAS to see what works better.. and then likely do another study with whichever wins the comparison...