"Zinc Finger Nucleases" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Genetically engineered nucleases that cleave DNA at a defined distance from specific DNA sequences recognized by ZINC FINGER DNA-BINDING DOMAINS. They are composed of a DNA cleaving domain adapted from DNA endonucleases fused to a zinc finger DNA-binding domain.
|Zinc Finger Nucleases
- Zinc Finger Nucleases
- Finger Nucleases, Zinc
- Nucleases, Zinc Finger
- Zinc-Finger Nucleases
- Nucleases, Zinc-Finger
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