how is Zinc Finger Nucleases

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asked Jan 31, 2021 in Cell Tracking by lifeasible8848 (3,360 points)

Finger Nucleases

Lifeasible is an industrial leader in providing genetically modified plants. Zinc finger nucleases (ZFNs), firstly used as artificial restriction enzymes for genome editing, are a class of powerful tools for the addition, deletion or substitution of genetic sequences with much greater precision than traditional plant breeding techniques, exhibiting great prosperous future for crop quality improvement.


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