Transfer of genes has no boundries

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Published on October 14, 2008

Author: chhabra61

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Slide 1: END Transgenic organisms contain altered genes from other organisms transgenic For Educational Use Only The process of creating a transgene includes isolating the gene of interest from the tens of thousands of other genes in the genome of a gene-donor species. Once that gene is isolated, it is usually altered so it can function effectively in a host organism. That gene is then combined with other genes to prepare it to be introduced into another organism, at which point it’s known as a transgene. A transgenic organism, sometimes called a chimera, is one that contains a transgene introduced by technological methods rather than through selective breeding. Transgenes

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