Rapid and efficient gene modification in rice and Brachypodium using TALENs.

@article{Shan2013RapidAE,
  title={Rapid and efficient gene modification in rice and Brachypodium using TALENs.},
  author={Qi-wei Shan and Yanpeng Wang and Kunling Chen and Zhen Liang and Jun Li and Yi Zhang and Kang Zhang and Jinxing Liu and Daniel F. Voytas and Xuelian Zheng and Yong Zhang and Caixia Gao},
  journal={Molecular plant},
  year={2013},
  volume={6 4},
  pages={
          1365-8
        }
}
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