A potent Cas9-derived gene activator for plant and mammalian cells.

Abstract

Overexpression of complementary DNA represents the most commonly used gain-of-function approach for interrogating gene functions and for manipulating biological traits. However, this approach is challenging and inefficient for multigene expression due to increased labour for cloning, limited vector capacity, requirement of multiple promoters and terminators… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/s41477-017-0046-0

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@article{Li2017APC, title={A potent Cas9-derived gene activator for plant and mammalian cells.}, author={Zhenxiang Li and Dandan Zhang and Xiangyu Xiong and Bingyu Yan and Wei Xie and J. A. Sheen and Jian-Feng Li}, journal={Nature plants}, year={2017}, volume={3 12}, pages={930-936} }