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Plant Methods

, 1:12

First Online: 15 December 2005Received: 21 November 2005Accepted: 15 December 2005

Abstract

In animal systems, several methods exist for the direct delivery of nucleic acids and proteins into cells for functional analysis. Until recently, these methods have not been applied to plant systems. Now, however, several preliminary reports suggest that both nucleic acids and proteins can also be delivered into plant cells by very simple, direct application. This promises to open the way for high-throughput screening for gene function in a range of plant species.

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Author: Michael R Roberts

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