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Custom-made zinc-finger nucleases (ZFNs) can induce targeted genome modifications with high efficiency in cell types including Drosophila, C. elegans, plants, and humans. A bottleneck in the application of ZFN technology has been the generation of highly specific engineered zinc-finger arrays. Here we describe OPEN (Oligomerized Pool ENgineering), a rapid,(More)
An efficient method for making directed DNA sequence modifications to plant genes (gene targeting) is at present lacking, thereby frustrating efforts to dissect plant gene function and engineer crop plants that better meet the world's burgeoning need for food, fibre and fuel. Zinc-finger nucleases (ZFNs)-enzymes engineered to create DNA double-strand breaks(More)
In the version of this correspondence initially published, the two previously published datasets analyzed were labeled with incorrect references in Figure 1b. Reference 2 should be associated with the second column (80 sites), and reference 3 should be associated with the third column (96 sites). In the " Battle of the chips " section, the Infinium assay(More)
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