Advancing bacteriophage-based microbial diagnostics with synthetic biology.

@article{Lu2013AdvancingBM,
  title={Advancing bacteriophage-based microbial diagnostics with synthetic biology.},
  author={Timothy K. Lu and Jayson Bowers and Michael Sandor Koeris},
  journal={Trends in biotechnology},
  year={2013},
  volume={31 6},
  pages={
          325-7
        }
}
Synthetic biology is an emerging engineering field focused on designing artificial biological systems with novel functionalities for use in therapeutics, basic science, biotechnology, and diagnostics [1,2]. Continuous advancements in DNA synthesis and sequencing technologies coupled with new techniques for genomic modification and assembly have opened the door for harnessing the power and diversity of biology for applications. For example, natural bacteriophage products, such as ListShield… CONTINUE READING
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