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There are several differences, both mechanistically and functionally. DNA edits are heritable by the daughter cells and are therefore permanent whereas RNA edits are not. The type of Cas protein used in the editing process for DNA and RNA are different. In the paper that you linked the authors have fused an RNA editing enzyme (ADAR) with dCas13 (a variant ...


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Try to use the MEGA software. You download in this website: https://www.megasoftware.net/


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