Characterizing and prototyping genetic networks with cell-free transcription-translation reactions.

  title={Characterizing and prototyping genetic networks with cell-free transcription-translation reactions.},
  author={Melissa K Takahashi and Clarmyra A. Hayes and James D. Chappell and Zachary Z. Sun and Richard M. Murray and Vincent Noireaux and Julius B. Lucks},
A central goal of synthetic biology is to engineer cellular behavior by engineering synthetic gene networks for a variety of biotechnology and medical applications. The process of engineering gene networks often involves an iterative 'design-build-test' cycle, whereby the parts and connections that make up the network are built, characterized and varied until the desired network function is reached. Many advances have been made in the design and build portions of this cycle. However, the slow… CONTINUE READING
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