Delitto Perfetto

Delitto perfetto is a genetic technique for in vivo site-directed mutagenesis in yeast. This name is an Italian term for perfect deletion and is also an idiom for perfect murder. The name refers to the ability of the technique to create desired genetic changes without leaving any foreign DNA in the genome.

Read more about Delitto Perfetto:  Background, Advantages, Disadvantages, Method Overview, Technique Workflow, General Considerations For Oligonucleotide Design, Background Mutation Rates