gene-splic|ing «JEEN SPLY sihng», noun.
Informal. the recombination of genetic material; production of recombinant DNA: »

The basic process of…gene-splicing is…sufficiently developed to be a routine procedure in a properly equipped laboratory (Edwin S. Weaver).

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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