Recent Advances, Challenges, and Opportunities in Synthetic Genomes

@inproceedings{Singh2020RecentAC,
  title={Recent Advances, Challenges, and Opportunities in Synthetic Genomes},
  author={V. Singh},
  year={2020}
}
  • V. Singh
  • Published 2020
  • Biology
  • Synthetic genomics is a newly emerging area of synthetic biology that allows us to design, synthesize, and construct a desired genome to create new synthetic life forms. It has been possible because of recently developed advanced cloning and DNA synthesis technologies. Synthetic genomes of bacteria, viruses, and yeast have been chemically synthesized and characterized. Synthetic viruses have been designed and constructed in a way that alters the pathogenicity but maintains antigenicity for… CONTINUE READING

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