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August 7, 2014 12:00 AM

Clemson research looks to butterflies for human genetic research advances

Clemson scientists believe the way butterflies feed may one day lead to the development of a device that will allow doctors to remove a single defective gene from a human cell and replace it with a normal one, providing a cure.

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