CRISPR Cuts Through Layers of Butterfly Wing-Pattern Evolution

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Researchers used CRISPR to cut out major wing patterning genes in Heliconius butterflies and discovered there’s more than one pathway to rewind evolutionary time in butterfly co-mimics.

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