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Researchers have adapted the technology to target the herpes simplex genome and are currently studying it in animal models, says Kamel Khalili, chair of the department of neuroscience, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Kamel Khalili at Temple University is using CRISPR/CAS9 gene editing technology to try to eliminate the herpes simplex virus from infected individuals

Source  Courtesy of Kamel Khalili