Bacterial Cellular Engineering by Genome Editing and Gene Silencing

Abstract

Genome editing is an important technology for bacterial cellular engineering, which is commonly conducted by homologous recombination-based procedures, including gene knockout (disruption), knock-in (insertion), and allelic exchange. In addition, some new recombination-independent approaches have emerged that utilize catalytic RNAs, artificial nucleases… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/ijms15022773

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