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Zinc Finger Nucleases

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In this video we discuss zinc finger nucleases, which are an important tool for cutting DNA.
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khan nagma (28 days ago)
thank you
Harnisha Soma (2 months ago)
Zinc fingers are DNA binding motifs. Its molecules is made up of c2h2 (two cysteines two histidines) attached to one zinc in the centre. ZFNs are engineered endonucleases that targets specific sites in DNA and switch it off by inhibiting it's transcription machinery.
MrPelafio (4 months ago)
Amazing explanation! I couldn't understand how it worked from primary sources, but you made it clear.
Nidhya Joseph (5 months ago)
It's FOK 1!!!! NOT "L" . That's a huge mistake which should be corrected.
Hannah Holstein (9 months ago)
This video helped me a lot, you explained it very well! Thank you! There is however a very annoying beep noice in the background, it is kind of distracting. Maybe you could work on that next time?
Valerie Bryant (11 months ago)
fantastic !
condimentado (1 year ago)
You're the best, thx!!!
basically, you say "basically" waaaaay too much, basically
you may also use "fundamentally", "essentially" or "at heart".
Jennifer M (1 year ago)
This is a great explanation! Much better than trying to decipher it from a figure in a textbook!!
manthalion1 (1 year ago)
Every year I have to relearn this bullcrap for my exams. Every year I come across this video and every year I become a little gayer.
JaeJin H (1 year ago)
Is it FOKL? or FOK1?
MrPelafio (4 months ago)
FOKI (Capitalized i)
Mohammed Hajjaj (1 year ago)
ربنا يباركلك يا بن يا ابن جرسايد
Xin Wei (1 year ago)
Thank you so much for this video :)
Frost Burn (1 year ago)
Damn this was really good, thank you so much for making it so concise and clear :D
Janani A (2 years ago)
super explaination.It acted as a source for clearing my doubts
Reza M (2 years ago)
that's great!
keyboard warrior (2 years ago)
this was such a good explanation thank you
Evan Mcsharry (2 years ago)
Thanks :) by the way *Fok1 .... (Fok One)
Gasper Kosmac (2 years ago)
THIS WAS GREAT keep up the good work mate
N Alk (2 years ago)
if i were to use the information from this video in a report, what scientific journal/publication could i quote for references?
Theo Valentino (2 years ago)
It's FokI (FOK1) not FokL
Nadia Gottschalk (3 years ago)
Thanks, you made this so much more clear to me!
KulvinderKlein (3 years ago)
This is great. Thanks
Stefanie Walter (3 years ago)
sorry, but it is the Fok1 nuclease not FokL
RabiaRSA (1 year ago)
Wikipedia and Pubmed disagree. Its Foki with the "i" capitalised.
muhsini magoma (3 years ago)
nice lecture
ecos889 (3 years ago)
An cohesive narrative that makes sense?! Congrats you write notes and explain things better than my lecturer did about this. It confused the hell out of me until I found this. :P
ecos889 (2 years ago)
+Kareem Farouk Lancaster university. I was as part of my course doing DNA technology. The lecturer did not explain it that well and it took me a while of working out and looking for the best way to understand it. 
Peter Lim (3 years ago)
Thanks!!!
Abdullah Korchane (3 years ago)
Great! loved this!
Sam Grange (3 years ago)
Cheers dude!
MadAl0 (3 years ago)
Really nice video and a very helpful review before my gene therapy exam. Good work!

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