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Plant Biotechnology Journal, ISSN 1467-7644, 01/2016, Volume 14, Issue 1, pp. 169 - 176
Cold storage of potato tubers is commonly used to reduce sprouting and extend postharvest shelf life. However, cold temperature stimulates the accumulation of... 
transcription activator‐like effector nucleases | vacuolar invertase | acrylamide reduction | cold‐induced sweetening | gene editing | potato | Transcription activator-like effector nucleases | Cold-induced sweetening | Potato | Acrylamide reduction | Gene editing | Vacuolar invertase | TRANSFORMATION | QUALITY | SPECIFICITY | PROTOPLASTS | transcription activator-like effector nucleases | PLANT SCIENCES | INVERTASE GENE | cold-induced sweetening | BIOTECHNOLOGY & APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY | DNA | ACRYLAMIDE | Acrylamide - analysis | Gene Targeting | Vacuoles - enzymology | Cold Temperature | Genes, Plant | Transcription Activator-Like Effector Nucleases - metabolism | Gene Knockout Techniques | Mutation - genetics | Cryopreservation - methods | beta-Fructofuranosidase - genetics | Base Sequence | Plants, Genetically Modified | Carbohydrates - analysis | Solanum tuberosum - genetics | RNA | Genes | Genomics | Genetic engineering | Plants | Glucose | Fructose | Dextrose | Sugar | Sucrose | Transcription | Potatoes | Invertase | Amino acids | Shelf life | Genomes | Transgenic plants | Accumulation | Tubers | Acrylamide | Carcinogens | Technology | Temperature effects | Autotetraploid | Temporal variations | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA | Sugars | RNA-mediated interference | Chips | Interference | Bitter taste | Cold storage | Ribonucleic acid--RNA | Gene expression | Gene silencing | Silence | Mutation | Index Medicus | Mutations | Plants (organisms)
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Plant Biotechnology Journal, ISSN 1467-7644, 02/2016, Volume 14, Issue 2, pp. 533 - 542
Biopharmaceutical glycoproteins produced in plants carry N‐glycans with plant‐specific residues core α(1,3)‐fucose and β(1,2)‐xylose, which can significantly... 
transcription activator‐like effector nucleases | glyco‐engineering | Gene editing | plant‐derived pharmaceuticals | Transcription activator-like effector nucleases | Plant-derived pharmaceuticals | Glyco-engineering | RECOMBINATION | ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA | N-GLYCANS | GLYCOSYLATION | transcription activator-like effector nucleases | EXPRESSION SYSTEM | NUCLEASES | PLANT SCIENCES | BIOTECHNOLOGY & APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY | glyco-engineering | PLANTS | GENERATION | plant-derived pharmaceuticals | SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY | BREAK-INDUCED REPLICATION | Genetic Engineering - methods | Transformation, Genetic | Xylose - metabolism | Antibodies, Monoclonal - biosynthesis | Fucose - metabolism | Transcription Activator-Like Effector Nucleases - metabolism | Glycosylation | Mutation - genetics | Polysaccharides - metabolism | Protoplasts - metabolism | Rituximab - biosynthesis | Tobacco - genetics | Base Sequence | Plants, Genetically Modified | Polysaccharides - chemistry | Gene Editing - methods | Plant Proteins - metabolism | Polysaccharides | Biological products | Analysis | Genes | Monoclonal antibodies | Genetic research | Genetic engineering | Glycoproteins | Sugars | Monosaccharides | Multiplexing | Residues | Transcription | Peptides | Protoplasts | Employees | Genomes | Proteins | Genetic modification | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA | Recombinant | Plants (botany) | CRISPR | Phenotypes | Gene families | Rituximab | Xylose | Gamma rays | Mutagenesis | Immunogenicity | Alleles | Mutation | Fucose | Pharmaceuticals | Mutations | Antibodies | Plants (organisms) | Power plants
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Journal of Biological Chemistry, ISSN 0021-9258, 02/2008, Volume 283, Issue 7, pp. 4364 - 4374
The hyperthermophilic archaeon Desulfurococcus mobilis I-DmoI protein belongs to the family of proteins known as homing endonucleases (HEs). HEs are highly... 
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by Schmidt, Manfred and Verhoeyen, Els and Gobbo, Emilie and Divers, Dominique and Oudrhiri, Noufissa and Griscelli, Frank and Bennaceur-Griscelli, Annelise and Klatzmann, David and Anguela, Xavier M and Sharma, Rajiv and Sharma, Rajiv and Li, Hojun and Li, Hojun and Haurigot, Virginia and Haurigot, Virginia and Haurigot, Virginia and Bhagwat, Anand and Bhagwat, Anand and Davidson, Robert and Davidson, Robert and Zhou, Shangzhen and Zhou, Shangzhen and Zhou, Shangzhen and Doyon, Yannick and Gregory, Philip D and Gregory, Philip D and Gregory, Philip D and Holmes, Michael C and Holmes, Michael C and Holmes, Michael C and High, Katherine A and Carbonaro, Denise and Shaw, Kit and Jin, Xiangyang and Geiger, Sabine and Mishra, Suparna and Cooper, Aaron and DeOliveira, Satiro and Sokolic, Rob and Candotti, Fabio and Carmo, Marlene and Arumugam, Paritha and Alonso-Ferrero, Maria and Schambach, Axel and Schambach, Axel and Baum, Christopher and Baum, Christopher and Baum, Christopher and Risma, Kimberly and Malik, Punam and Jordan, Michael and Rivat, Christine and Booth, Claire and Thrasher, Adrian and Whilding, Lynsey and Archibald, Kyra and Oberg, Daniel and Golan, Talia and Hubert, Ayala and Shemi, Amotz and Khvalevsky, Elina Zorde and Gabai-Malka, Racheli and Focht, Gili and Brunschwig, Zivia and Raskin, Stephen and Goldberg, Nahum and Ben-David, Eli and Peretz, Tamar and Eliakim, Rami and Dankur, Alan and Galun and Rachmur, Itzik and Domb, Avi and Kopelman, Yael and Hantz, Yael and Lahav, Mor and Arbel-Alon, Sagit and Dickson, George and Barkats, Martine and Daboussi, Fayza and Silva, Georges and Cedrone, Frederic and Epinat, Jean Charles and Juillerat, Alexandre and Valton, Julien and Montini, Eugenio and Biffi, Alessandra and Biffi, Alessandra and Calabria, Andrea and Calabria, Andrea and Biasco, Luca and Biasco, Luca and Cesani, Martina and Cesani, Martina and Benedicenti, Fabrizio and Benedicenti, Fabrizio and Plati, Tiziana and Leo, Simone and Zanetti, Gianluigi and Aiuti, Alessandro and ...
Human Gene Therapy, ISSN 1043-0342, 10/2012, Volume 23, Issue 10, pp. A1 - A173
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by Cheng, Seng H and Smart, Nicola and Cartier, Nathalie and Cartier, Nathalie and Pizzitola, I and Anjos-Afonso, F and Marin, V and Lassailly, F and Finney, H and Pule, M and Biondi, A and Biagi, E and Bonnet, D and Carmo, Marlene and Carmo, Marlene and Arumugam, Paritha and Montiel-Equihua, Claudia A and Montiel-Equihua, Claudia A and Alonso-Ferrero, Maria E and Alonso-Ferrero, Maria E and Alonso-Ferrero, Maria E and Schambach, Axel and Baum, Christopher and Risma, Kimberly and Malik, Punam and Thrasher, Adrian J and Thrasher, Adrian J and Thrasher, Adrian J and Jordan, Michael B and Gaspar, Bobby and Gaspar, Bobby and Gicquel, Evelyne and Charton, Karine and Daniele, Nathalie and Richard, Isabelle and Bendle, Gavin M and Linnemann, Carsten and Bies, Laura and Song, Ji-Ying and Schumacher, Ton N and Singh, Charanjit and Munkonge, Felix M and Smith, Stephen N and Griesenbach, Uta and Carzaniga, Raffaella and Pape, Tillmann and Cheng, Seng H and Rogers, Andrew and Dewar, Ann and Alton, Eric W F W and Sung, Peggy and Sung, Peggy and Mukherjee, Sayandip and Mukherjee, Sayandip and Thrasher, Adrian J and Thrasher, Adrian J and Gubernator, Miriam and Riu, Federica and Mitchell, Kathryn and Katare, Rajesh and Spinetti, Gaia and Prandi, Francesca and Pesce, Maurizio and Madeddu, Paolo and Ruffert, Karelia and Fourcade, Stéphane and Ferrer, Isidre and Portero-Otin, Manuel and L'Homme, Bruno and Bièche, Ivan and Laurendeau, Ingrid and Ahouansou, Ornella and Fouquet, Françoise and Guidoux-Boralévi, Sylvie and Aubourg, Patrick and Aubourg, Patrick and Pujol, Aurora and Ghorashian, Sara and Holler, Angelika and Holler, Angelika and Flutter, Barry and Xue, Shao-An and Fallah-Arani, Farnaz and Sivakumaran, Janani and Bennett, Clare and Morris, Emma and Stauss, Hans J and Chakraverty, Ronjon and Mitchell, Kathryn J and Beltrami, Antonio P and Popplewell, Linda and Koo, Taeyoung and Kymäläinen, Hanna and Leclerc, Xavier and Duclert, Aymeric and Mouly, Vincent and Voit, Thomas and Paques, Frédéric and Cedrone, Frederic and Yáñez-Muñoz, Rafael J and ...
Human Gene Therapy, ISSN 1043-0342, 05/2012, Volume 23, Issue 5, pp. A1 - A22
Journal Article
06/2013
The invention relates to meganuclease variants which cleave a DNA target sequence from the human dystrophin gene (DMD), to vectors encoding such variants, to a... 
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04/2012
Meganuclease variants cleaving DNA target sequences of the WAS gene, vectors encoding such variants, and cells expressing them. Methods of using meganuclease... 
WINE | ENZYMOLOGY | MICROORGANISMS OR ENZYMES | ORGANIC CHEMISTRY | MICROBIOLOGY | BEER | MUTATION OR GENETIC ENGINEERING | SPIRITS | COMPOSITIONS THEREOF | PROPAGATING, PRESERVING OR MAINTAINING MICROORGANISMS | METALLURGY | PEPTIDES | BIOCHEMISTRY | CULTURE MEDIA | CHEMISTRY | VINEGAR
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01/2012
Meganuclease variants cleaving DNA target sequences of the WAS gene, vectors encoding such variants, and cells expressing them. Methods of using meganuclease... 
WINE | ENZYMOLOGY | MICROORGANISMS OR ENZYMES | ORGANIC CHEMISTRY | MICROBIOLOGY | BEER | MUTATION OR GENETIC ENGINEERING | SPIRITS | COMPOSITIONS THEREOF | PROPAGATING, PRESERVING OR MAINTAINING MICROORGANISMS | METALLURGY | PEPTIDES | BIOCHEMISTRY | CULTURE MEDIA | CHEMISTRY | VINEGAR
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