Site-specific excisional recombination strategies for elimination of undesirable transgenes from crop plants

@article{Gidoni2008SitespecificER,
  title={Site-specific excisional recombination strategies for elimination of undesirable transgenes from crop plants},
  author={David Gidoni and Vibha Srivastava and Nir Carmi},
  journal={In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Plant},
  year={2008},
  volume={44},
  pages={457-467}
}
A major limitation of crop biotechnology and breeding is the lack of efficient molecular technologies for precise engineering of target genomic loci. While transformation procedures have become routine for a growing number of plant species, the random introduction of complex transgenenic DNA into the plant genome by current methods generates unpredictable effects on both transgene and homologous native gene expression. The risk of transgene transfer into related plant species and consumers is… CONTINUE READING
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