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Mammalian artificial chromosomes


, : Mammalian artificial chromosomes. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 6(3): 281-288

The development of candidate vectors and of techniques for their manipulation by sequence targeting suggest that a mini-chromosome vector system for the mouse germline may be at hand. Mini-chromosome vectors should allow new sorts of genetic problems to be addressed experimentally and may accelerate the process of gene identification.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0959-437x(96)80003-7

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