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June 10, 2019 Issue

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June 10, 2019 Cover

Volume 97, Issue 23

To save a billion-dollar industry from the infectious disease, also known as huanglongbing, researchers are turning to gene editing, RNA interference, and other advanced techniques

Cover image:A citrus fruit infected with huanglongbin.

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