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Non-GMO genetically edited crop plants
- Kanchiswamy, Chidananda Nagamangala, Malnoy, Mickael, Velasco, Riccardo, Kim, Jin-Soo, Viola, Roberto
- Trends in biotechnology 2015 v.33 no.9 pp. 489-491
- RNA, crops, gene editing, genetically modified organisms, laws and regulations, non-genetically modified foods
- Direct delivery of purified Cas9 protein with guide RNA into plant cells, as opposed to plasmid-mediated delivery, displays high efficiency and reduced off-target effects. Following regeneration from edited cells, the ensuing plant is also likely to bypass genetically modified organism (GMO) legislation as the genome editing complex is degraded in the recipient cells.