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Characterizing and Prototyping Genetic Networks with Cell-Free Transcription-Translation Reactions

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May 21, 2015

Melissa TakahashiJulius B Lucks

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A central goal of synthetic biology is to engineer cellular behavior by engineering synthetic gene networks for a variety of biotechnology and medical applications. The process of engineering gene networks often involves an iterative ‘design-build-test’ cycle, whereby the parts and conn...read more

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Characterizing and Prototyping Genetic Networks with Cell-Free Transcription-Translation Reactions

bioRxiv

May 21, 2015

Melissa TakahashiJulius B Lucks

PMID: 990019620

DOI: 10.1101/019620

Abstract

A central goal of synthetic biology is to engineer cellular behavior by engineering synthetic gene networks for a variety of biotechnology and medical applications. The process of engineering gene networks often involves an iterative ‘design-build-test’ cycle, whereby the parts and conn...read more

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In Vivo
Biological Neural Networks
Solocyte
Testolactone
Transcription, Genetic
Staphylococcal Protein A
Desires
Biotechnology
Gene Regulatory Networks
Regulation of Protein Metabolic Process
5
1
1

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