Definitions for "Gene splicing"
a technique to alter the genetic makeup of DNA, in which a gene sized fragment of DNA is taken from one organism and joined to a DNA molecule from another organism or even from the same organism.
Taking segments of DNA from one organism and putting them into the DNA of another organism. Synonymous with recombinant DNA technology.
A technique used to join segments of DNA to form a new genetic combination.
a cell process by which a gene is cut into different parts, exons and introns. The exons are the coding region and are put back together to make the gene that is transcribed and translated into a protein
The enzymatic attachment of one gene or part of a gene to another.
Keywords:  engineering, see
See genetic engineering.