Nature has added an “editor’s note” to a high-profile August paper alerting readers to the fact that the article has been subject to criticism.
Nature Editorial Note: Readers are alerted that some of the conclusions of this paper are subject to critiques that are being considered by editors. Some of these critiques have been publicly deposited in preprint form. A further editorial response will follow the resolution of these issues.
Critics began raising concerns about “Correction of a pathogenic gene mutation in human embryos” almost immediately after it was published online Aug. 2. On Aug. 28, a group of researchers posted a preprint to biorXiv questioning some of the paper’s conclusions, and proposing alternative explanations for the data. (A middle author on the preprint is George Church of Harvard Medical School, a high-profile geneticist who has questioned other gene-editing papers.)
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