15. The CRISPR/Cas9 system provides a form of adaptive immunity in bacteria. We discussed in class that it can be used in human cells to: A: Protect cells from infection with viruses B: Kill cells that carry a specific deletion C: Give cells a memory of the viruses that have infected them D: Greatly enhance the frequency of homologous recombination at a chosen I locus E: Kill cells that have not undergone the desired genome edit

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15. The CRISPR/Cas9 system provides a form of adaptive immunity in bacteria. We
discussed in class that it can be used in human cells to:
A: Protect cells from infection with viruses
B: Kill cells that carry a specific deletion
C: Give cells a memory of the viruses that have infected them
D: Greatly enhance the frequency of homologous recombination at a chosen
I
locus
E: Kill cells that have not undergone the desired genome edit
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15. The CRISPR/Cas9 system provides a form of adaptive immunity in bacteria. We discussed in class that it can be used in human cells to: A: Protect cells from infection with viruses B: Kill cells that carry a specific deletion C: Give cells a memory of the viruses that have infected them D: Greatly enhance the frequency of homologous recombination at a chosen I locus E: Kill cells that have not undergone the desired genome edit

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