Integrating Biological Redesign: Where Synthetic Biology Came From and Where It Needs to Go

@article{Way2014IntegratingBR,
  title={Integrating Biological Redesign: Where Synthetic Biology Came From and Where It Needs to Go},
  author={Jeffrey C. Way and James J. Collins and Jay D Keasling and Pamela A. Silver},
  journal={Cell},
  year={2014},
  volume={157},
  pages={151-161}
}
Synthetic biology seeks to extend approaches from engineering and computation to redesign of biology, with goals such as generating new chemicals, improving human health, and addressing environmental issues. Early on, several guiding principles of synthetic biology were articulated, including design according to specification, separation of design from fabrication, use of standardized biological parts and organisms, and abstraction. We review the utility of these principles over the past decade… CONTINUE READING
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