Amplifying genetic logic gates.

@article{Bonnet2013AmplifyingGL,
  title={Amplifying genetic logic gates.},
  author={Jerome Bonnet and Peter Yin and Monica E. Ortiz and Pakpoom Subsoontorn and Drew Endy},
  journal={Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={340 6132},
  pages={
          599-603
        }
}
Organisms must process information encoded via developmental and environmental signals to survive and reproduce. Researchers have also engineered synthetic genetic logic to realize simpler, independent control of biological processes. We developed a three-terminal device architecture, termed the transcriptor, that uses bacteriophage serine integrases to control the flow of RNA polymerase along DNA. Integrase-mediated inversion or deletion of DNA encoding transcription terminators or a promoter… CONTINUE READING

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