Browse by Subject "Synthetic Biology"

  • Balachandran, Rekha (2012-02-01)
    Stress response mechanisms in bacteria helps them sustain stressful and competitive environments caused by nutrient limitation. Often these stresses give rise adaptive phenotypes that are evolutionarily fitter under nutrient ...

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  • Poisson, Phillip J. (2011-05-25)
    Positive feedback is a common mechanism in genetic circuits and can be used to achieve amplification, bistability, and hysteresis. Positive feedback mechanisms have been employed in numerous synthetic biology applications, ...

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  • Luo, Yunzi (2014-05-30)
    Microorganisms and plants have evolved to produce a myriad array of natural products that are of biomedical importance. Recent advances in synthetic biology have revolutionized our ability to discover and manipulate natural ...

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  • Nistala, Goutam J. (2011-01-14)
    The concept of reengineering and rewiring of pathways and gene regulatory networks for novel uses, and sometimes for mimicking natural systems for various uses in various disciplines gradually acquired the name “synthetic ...

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