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What is HDR?

HDR is an acronym for homology-directed repair, one of the common mechanisms for DNA double-strand break repair in eukaryotes. HDR can be used as part of CRISPR-mediated editing to introduce an exogenous DNA repair template composed of homology arms flanking a sequence of interest.


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