The Regulatory Status of Genome‐edited Crops

@inproceedings{Wolt2016TheRS,
  title={The Regulatory Status of Genome‐edited Crops},
  author={Jeffrey D. Wolt and Kan Wang and Bing Yang},
  booktitle={Plant biotechnology journal},
  year={2016}
}
Genome editing with engineered nucleases (GEEN) represents a highly specific and efficient tool for crop improvement with the potential to rapidly generate useful novel phenotypes/traits. Genome editing techniques initiate specifically targeted double strand breaks facilitating DNA-repair pathways that lead to base additions or deletions by non-homologous end joining as well as targeted gene replacements or transgene insertions involving homology-directed repair mechanisms. Many of these… CONTINUE READING
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