ERS Genomics Completes 45 CRISPR Licensing Deals To Date, Largely For Screening, Discovery
Despite being ineligible to license its CRISPR technology for human gene and cell therapy applications, ERS is doing considerable business with biopharmas for internal R&D projects.
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