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Distinct timescales of RNA regulators enable the construction of a genetic pulse generator

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Jul 25, 2018

Alexandra WestbrookElisa Franco

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To build complex genetic networks with predictable behaviours, synthetic biologists use libraries of modular parts that can be characterized in isolation and assembled together to create programmable higher-order functions. Characterization experiments and computational models for gene ...read more

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Transcriptional Regulation
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Steroidogenic acute regulatory protein
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Distinct timescales of RNA regulators enable the construction of a genetic pulse generator

bioRxiv

Jul 25, 2018

Alexandra WestbrookElisa Franco

PMID: 990377572

DOI: 10.1101/377572

Abstract

To build complex genetic networks with predictable behaviours, synthetic biologists use libraries of modular parts that can be characterized in isolation and assembled together to create programmable higher-order functions. Characterization experiments and computational models for gene ...read more

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Transcriptional Regulation
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Gene Expression
Steroidogenic acute regulatory protein
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8

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