splicing : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a junction where two things (as paper or film or magnetic tape) have been joined together
- v join the ends of
- v perform a marriage ceremony
- v join together so as to form new genetic combinations
- v join by interweaving strands
- The DNA hasn't changed; only the RNA splicing pattern.
- Boyer's big payday came from co-founding the pioneering gene-splicing company Genentech, but he also paid a personal price.
- COVER STORIES And profiting from gene splicing The whole affair left Wall Street slightly dazed.
- Henry Miller in Checkbiotech.org (press release)
Both theory and experience confirm the extraordinary predictability and safety of gene-splicing technology and its products,said Dr. Henry Miller, a fellow at the Hoover Institution who represented the pro-biotech position.
- Joan Steitz in RedOrbit
They do this by simply recognizing the junctions between the sense and the nonsense, andbring the ends together and throwing away the nonsense between and splicing the good bits back together,Steitz said in an interview.
- Michael Steele in Christian Broadcasting Network (blog)
An RNC official tells me they left out key parts including where Steele says, "We are on main street". "You know that Democrats are getting worried about the fall elections when they begin cutting and splicing comments in order to mislead...