Insect transgenesis by site-specific recombination

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Targeted genomic insertion will improve the qualitative and quantitative functional comparison of similar transgenes and provide suitable integration points for transgenes of applied interest.

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Figure 1: Position effect-caused variability of transgene expression can be overcome by site-specific recombination

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Wimmer, E. Insect transgenesis by site-specific recombination. Nat Methods 2, 580–582 (2005) doi:10.1038/nmeth0805-580

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