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Is the crispr (where the parts of Virus DNA is saved) section of the DNA existing in human cells aswell or is it just in bacteria cells?

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No analogues of the CRISPR-Cas system have been found in any eukaryotic species, including humans. So far, it appears to have evolved only in prokaryotes and archaea.

Reference: Evolution of RNA- and DNA-guided antivirus defense systems in prokaryotes and eukaryotes: common ancestry vs convergence

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