There are many ways to get CRISPR into a cell. Viruses will do the trick. Squeezing a cell will also work. A surge of electricity can also open up pores in a cell’s membrane. So some companies — anticipating an impending genome-editing gold rush — are setting up shop to sell these proverbial picks and shovels for the next generation of therapies.

One of those companies is Indee Labs.

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