Austin T. Jones

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Dramatic progress has been made in the design and build phases of the design-build-test cycle for engineering cells. However, the test phase usually limits throughput, as many outputs of interest are not amenable to rapid analytical measurements. For example, phenotypes such as motility, morphology, and subcellular localization can be readily measured by(More)
Engineering microbes for biofuels production demands precise control over subcellular localization, cell morphology, motility, and other such phenotypes that are only observable via microscopy. However, screening libraries of subcellular phenotypes using microscopy is currently inefficient and impractical. To bridge the phenotype of interest with the(More)
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