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Resource usage and gene circuit performance characterization in a cell-free ‘breadboard’

bioRxiv

Nov 25, 2013

Dan Siegal-GaskinsRichard M. Murray

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The many successes of synthetic biology have come in a manner largely different from those in other engineering disciplines; in particular, without well-characterized and simplified prototyping environments to play a role analogous to wind-tunnels in aerodynamics and breadboards in elec...read more

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In Vivo
Exploration With a Probe
Solocyte
Housekeeping: -: Point in Time: ^Patient: -
Discipline
Genes
DNA-Directed RNA Polymerase
RNA Polymerase Assembly Pathway
Transcription, Genetic
Environment
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Resource usage and gene circuit performance characterization in a cell-free ‘breadboard’

bioRxiv

Nov 25, 2013

Dan Siegal-GaskinsRichard M. Murray

PMID: 990000885

DOI: 10.1101/000885

Abstract

The many successes of synthetic biology have come in a manner largely different from those in other engineering disciplines; in particular, without well-characterized and simplified prototyping environments to play a role analogous to wind-tunnels in aerodynamics and breadboards in elec...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

In Vivo
Exploration With a Probe
Solocyte
Housekeeping: -: Point in Time: ^Patient: -
Discipline
Genes
DNA-Directed RNA Polymerase
RNA Polymerase Assembly Pathway
Transcription, Genetic
Environment
1
13

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