Biomolecular Breadboards:Models

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* Model files: [http://sourceforge.net/p/txtl/code/7/tree/trunk/models/txtl/protsynt81bis.m?force=true protsynt81bis.m], [http://sourceforge.net/p/txtl/code/7/tree/trunk/models/txtl/gamS_plot.m?force=true gamS_plot.m]
* Model files: [http://sourceforge.net/p/txtl/code/7/tree/trunk/models/txtl/protsynt81bis.m?force=true protsynt81bis.m], [http://sourceforge.net/p/txtl/code/7/tree/trunk/models/txtl/gamS_plot.m?force=true gamS_plot.m]
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'''Figure 1. protein expression as a function of gamS concentration'''
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'''Figure 1. Protein expression as a function of gamS concentration.''' The simulation results show the output of the model in 'protsynt81bis.m', generated with the script 'gamS_plot.m'.

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This page contains information about models for simulation and analysis of biomolecular breadboard circuits.

Cell Free Expression Models

GamS modeling

For linear DNA, GamS can be used to reduce the rate of degradation of DNA and increase the expression level (see preliminary data for more information). The figure below shows the results of a preliminary model that we are developing to capture the affects of gamS.


Figure 1. Protein expression as a function of gamS concentration. The simulation results show the output of the model in 'protsynt81bis.m', generated with the script 'gamS_plot.m'.

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