Medical Definition of DNA transfection

1. A technique originally developed to allow viral infection of animal cells by uptake of purified viral DNA rather than by intact virus particles. Term is now generally used to describe applications of same methodology to introduction of other kinds of genes or gene fragments into cells as DNA, such as activated oncogenes from tumours into tissue culture cells. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of DNA Transfection

DNA restriction enzymes
DNA reverse gyrase
DNA sequence
DNA sequence analysis
DNA sequences
DNA sequencing
DNA shearing
DNA snippet
DNA snippets
DNA supercoiling
DNA synaptase
DNA synthesis
DNA synthesiser
DNA topoisomerase
DNA topoisomerase (ATP-hydrolysing)
DNA transfection (current term)
DNA tumour virus
DNA tumour viruses
DNA twisting
DNA typing
DNA unwinding protein
DNA virus
DNA viruses
DNA writhing
DNAa gene
DNAb gene
DNAe gene
DNAf gene
DNAg gene
DNAh gene

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