No. Functional gene drive technologies have been assembled and tested in the laboratory that do not use any components of CRISPR/Cas gene editing systems. Many do, however, and this is because CRISPR/Cas gives researchers and engineers an unprecedented ability to control the precision and species specificity of the technology. However, other strategies also can work.
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