Delivering the second revolution in site-specific nucleases: Viruses have been used to deliver two types of site-specific nucleases into cells for targeted gene editing

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Article numbere02904
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Volume2014
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Genetic Transduction
Genetic Vectors
Lentivirus
Genetic Engineering
Endonucleases
Human Genome
Transfection
Transcription Factors
Viruses
Gene Editing

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