Zinc finger nuclease
Zinc finger nucleases (ZFNs) are synthetic proteins used for gene targeting. They consist of a DNA-cutting endonculease domain fused to zinc finger domains engineered to bind a specific DNA sequence. ZFNs are used to introduce insertions or deletions at cut sites in the genomes of living cells.
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