CRISPR (say “crisper”) stands for clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats. It was first discovered in 1987 by scientists who were studying E. coli. While studying the bacteria’s DNA, they found a new gene sequence they didn’t recognize. They named this sequence CRISPR.
Hi, i am good bacteria!
ahhhh...it's here to kill me.😨
Hey,CRISPR come here
CRISPR, Please kill virus.
Hi, I am CRISPR. My job is to break the DNA in virus and save the code sequence.