Do you know TALEs?
As far as I know, Transcription Activator-Like Effectors (TALEs) are proteins that bind to DNA in a sequence-specific way. By fusing such a TALE to a Nuclease (a "TALENs"), a highly specific DNA scissor is made. The TALENs technology has become a powerful approach for genome editing in a number of animal models.
But what are its benefits?
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And what else?
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Or, if you have any questions about it, or you have experiment on it, please let me know.
I will be very glad to help you.
Anyway, any replies are welcomed!