Scientists Successfully Remove HIV Virus From Mouse Cells Using CRISPR

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Scientists have found a way to remove the HIV virus from the DNA in mouse cells using CRISPR/Cas9 technology. According to the journal, Molecular Therapy, use of the technique has led to the complete elimination of infection in mouse organs and tissue after just one treatment. Now, that's the kind of international tech news that really gets us excited around here!

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First published on AfricanTechRoundup.com.