Gene-editing turns fluffy hamsters into ‘aggressive’ rage monsters | Metro News

Using the controversial CRISPR technology, researchers at Georgia State University were examining a hormone called vasopressin and its receptor, Avpr1a.

‘We anticipated that if we eliminated vasopressin activity, we would reduce both aggression and social communication.

‘But the opposite happened.’

Gene-editing turns fluffy hamsters into ‘aggressive’ rage monsters | Metro News

What could go wrong with the MRNA gene editing experiment being done on humanity?