Genetic Engineering and rDNA Technology

Genetic engineering refers to those techniques used to modify the genotype of an organism to change its phenotype. That is, genetic engineering manipulates an organism's genes to make it look or act differently. DNA technology refers to the methods used to modify, measure, manipulate and manufacture within the DNA molecule. Because genes are stored in DNA, genetic engineering is done with DNA technology. But DNA technology can be used for more than genetic engineering. With genetic engineering, scientists attempt to manipulate the genetic structure of an organism to make a change in the way an organism looks or functions. 

  • DNA Sequencing Machines
  • CRISPR/Cas9 Technology
  • Gene Editing Technology
  • DNA App Store
  • Nanopore Technology
  • PCR and Cloning : A Technology
  • Mouse Genetics: Models for Human Diseases
  • Genetic Testing and Molecular Biomarkers
  • Human Genome Project Updates

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