Paper-Based Synthetic Gene Networks

@article{Pardee2014PaperBasedSG,
  title={Paper-Based Synthetic Gene Networks},
  author={Keith Pardee and Alexander A. Green and Tom Ferrante and D. Ewen Cameron and Ajay DaleyKeyser and Peng Yin and James J. Collins},
  journal={Cell},
  year={2014},
  volume={159},
  pages={940-954}
}
Synthetic gene networks have wide-ranging uses in reprogramming and rewiring organisms. To date, there has not been a way to harness the vast potential of these networks beyond the constraints of a laboratory or in vivo environment. Here, we present an in vitro paper-based platform that provides an alternate, versatile venue for synthetic biologists to operate and a much-needed medium for the safe deployment of engineered gene circuits beyond the lab. Commercially available cell-free systems… CONTINUE READING
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