Gene splicing is the process of chemically cutting DNA in order to add bases to the DNA strand. The DNA is cut using special chemicals called restriction enzymes,. Gene splicing is the removal of introns from the primary transcript of a discontinuous gene during the process of Transcription. In human cells, about 40-60% of the genes are known to exhibit alternative splicing.
Related Journals of Gene splicing
Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy, Journal of Anesthesia & Clinical Research, Journal of Cancer Science & Therapy, Molecular Biology, Behavior Genetics, Genetics in Medicine, Molecular Genetics and Metabolism, Mutation Research-Genetic Toxicology and Environmental MutaGenesis, Genes Chromosomes and Cancer.