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Transgenic MiceBY: Megha Kaushik | Category: Applications | Submitted: 2015-03-03 12:23:36
Article Summary: "Transgene is a term use for the foreign DNA which has been transferred either naturally or by artificial insertion methods like microinjection, retrovirus mediated gene transfer etc. These are generally created either to be used as disease model or for human benefits..."
Authors: Megha Kaushik and Archana Rao
Transgene is a term use for the foreign DNA which has been transferred either naturally or by artificial insertion methods like microinjection, retrovirus mediated gene transfer etc. These are generally created either to be used as disease model or for human benefits.
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I am pursuing B.tech- M.tech in biotechnology from Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women's University Jaipur and currently doing dissertation project from National Institute on Plant Biotechnology, Pusa
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