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Although accuracy of editing has improved, there are still concerns that gene editors will make unwanted, “off-target” changes elsewhere in DNA that might cause harm.
Pre-pandemic, Palantir did generate unwanted attention for such contracts.
With new molecular biology techniques, researchers can fine-tune vaccines to have predetermined lifetimes, which could eliminate concerns over unwanted mutations or ongoing evolution of the vaccine organism.
You probably don’t have a sauna in your house — and public ones seem like a good place to pass unwanted germs.
If CRISPR creates the wrong mutation, this could give the horse an unwanted trait.
They, the restless ones, the unwanted and forgotten, the survivors.
SPACE PRISONTOM GODWIN
Helen looked down on Ellice as a person of no importance, who was entirely unwanted, a mere nuisance, someone for ever in the way.
THE IMAGINARY MARRIAGEHENRY ST. JOHN COOPER
The unwanted information is painted out with an opaque substance, and then a photographic print is prepared.
WARREN COMMISSION (7 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. VII (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
If the best had been denied, she had been spared the worst,—the lot of a superfluous, unwanted woman!
LADY CASSANDRAMRS GEORGE DE HORNE VAIZEY
We lose whatever sense of well-being we may have had, and we begin to feel unwanted, depressed, and less alive.
HEREIN IS LOVEREUEL L. HOWE

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