Gene Splicing

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Genetics
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Gene Splicing

Gene Splicing is a technology that is cutting a part of DNA from more than one organism and adding new DNA in its place

WHAT IS GENE SPLICING?

A disadvantage of Gene Splicing can be that it causes problems, such as mental and physical disabilities, due to the changing and manipulation in genes.

An example of Gene Splicing would be that it is used for the production of important medicines, such as insulin. Which, in the past, insulin was only accessible from the pancreas.

The picture provided, is a diagram to show part of the DNA getting transported into a new organism

DID YOU KNOW?gene splicing is done by only using chemicals; no sharp instruments or scissors


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