Although much of this review by Dr Susan Galandiuk’s laboratory is technical in description, the magnitude of technical challenges and possibilities make it important for anyone to understand all aspects of the possible uses of this CRISR technology. Therefore, as the editors of Surgery, we believe this will be an important read for surgeons involved in both basic and clinical research.
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Published online: February 26, 2019
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