The experimental introduction of DNA into cells is accomplished by methods that (1) form DNA precipitates that can be internalized by the target cell; (2) create DNA-containing complexes whose charge characteristics are compatible with DNA uptake by the target cell; or (3) result in the transient formation of pores in the plasma membrane of a cell exposed to an electric pulse, pores of sufficient size to allow DNA to enter the target cell.


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  • Michael Kriegler

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