NEW YORK, March 9 - Gendaq has completed its robotic engineering platform for zinc finger gene switches, which allow researchers to express or knockout individual genes, the company said Friday. 

"We use proprietary selection systems that allow the engineering of high quality zinc finger proteins and we are pleased to announce that we have successfully configured these to a multi-parallel high throughput platform," said Yen Choo, Gendaq's research director in a statement.

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