Host cell

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 A host cell is any cell - such as a [[Bacteria|bacterium]] or [[Stem_cell|stem cell]] to name a few - that is genetically altered in some way for the sake of research, commercial or industrial protein production, gene therapy, etc. The cell may be altered using a number of techniques, such as [[Crispr|CRISPR]] or [[Transformation|transformation]].
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A host [[cell|cell]] is any cell - such as a [[Bacteria|bacterium]] or [[Stem cell|stem cell]] to name a few - that is genetically altered in some way for the sake of research, commercial or industrial [[protein|protein]] production, [[Gene_therapy|gene therapy]], etc. The cell may be altered using a number of techniques, such as [[Crispr|CRISPR]] or [[Transformation|transformation]].

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A host cell is any cell - such as a bacterium or stem cell to name a few - that is genetically altered in some way for the sake of research, commercial or industrial protein production, gene therapy, etc. The cell may be altered using a number of techniques, such as CRISPR or transformation.

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