Can quantum computing do a simple simulated extrapolation of CRISPR (clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats) projects using a limited number of variables? I mean something like finding short clusters of palindrome repeats in a genome sequence, where the binding can take place.

Note: I am not qualified in the CRISPR area, and this is a question a client has asked. I would love any input and even questions to feedback for extra information.

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