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a Johnson & Johnson company and a leading manufacturer of blood glucose meters, that provides LifeScan with Sangamo's proprietary zinc finger DNA binding proteins (ZFPs) for use in a program to develop therapeutic cell lines as a potential treatment for diabetes.
Sangamo's proprietary technology is based on the engineering of a naturally occurring class of DNA binding proteins, zinc finger DNA-binding proteins (ZFPs).
Zinc Finger DNA Binding Proteins (ZFPs) are a naturally occurring class of DNA binding proteins.
To construct the switch, the authors made use of zinc finger DNA binding proteins, a naturally occurring switch that regulates gene expression in eukaryotic cells.
Under the terms of this agreement, Sangamo will provide gene specific zinc finger DNA binding proteins, or ZFPs, to Wyeth-Ayerst for use in its internal research programs.