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==Journal of Biological Engineering==
==Journal of Biological Engineering==
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1. (2012) ""Engineered cell-cell communication via DNA messaging"". Monica Ortiz, Drew Endy at Stanford
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1. (2012) "'Engineered cell-cell communication via DNA messaging'". Monica Ortiz, Drew Endy at Stanford
Used bacteriophage M13 gene products to send DNA messages that encoded different messages to F+ bacteria. Could be useful if you could control when the message is sent, like in the presence of some compound.
Used bacteriophage M13 gene products to send DNA messages that encoded different messages to F+ bacteria. Could be useful if you could control when the message is sent, like in the presence of some compound.
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2. (2012) ""A genetic bistable switch utilizing nonlinear protein degradation"". Daniel Huang, William Holtz, Michel Maharbiz from Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Berkeley
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2. (2012) "'A genetic bistable switch utilizing nonlinear protein degradation'". Daniel Huang, William Holtz, Michel Maharbiz from Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Berkeley
Made a bistable switch where the bistability depends on protein degradation. Used Lon protease which will not interfere with endogenous E. coli that targets a specific degradation tag that will not be targeted by endogenous E. coli proteases (no cross talk). Argue that using protein degradation to flip a switch is better than heat shock and UV because it won't damage the rest of the cell.
Made a bistable switch where the bistability depends on protein degradation. Used Lon protease which will not interfere with endogenous E. coli that targets a specific degradation tag that will not be targeted by endogenous E. coli proteases (no cross talk). Argue that using protein degradation to flip a switch is better than heat shock and UV because it won't damage the rest of the cell.
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3. (2012) ""A synthetic biology approach to self-regulatory recombinant protein production in Escherichia coli"". Martin Dragosits, Daniel Nicklas, Ilias Tagkopoulos from UC Davis Genome Center, University of California, Davis
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3. (2012) "'A synthetic biology approach to self-regulatory recombinant protein production in Escherichia coli'". Martin Dragosits, Daniel Nicklas, Ilias Tagkopoulos from UC Davis Genome Center, University of California, Davis
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4. (2012) ""DeviceEditor visual biological CAD canvas"". Joanna Chen, Douglas Densmore, Timothy S Ham, Jay D Keasling, Nathan J Hillson from Joint BioEnergy Institute, Emeryville, CA
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4. (2012) "'DeviceEditor visual biological CAD canvas'". Joanna Chen, Douglas Densmore, Timothy S Ham, Jay D Keasling, Nathan J Hillson from Joint BioEnergy Institute, Emeryville, CA
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5. (2012) ""The Constructor: a web application optimizing cloning strategies based on modules from the registry of standard biological parts"". Matthijn C Hesselman, Jasper J Koehorst, Thijs Slijkhuis, Floor Hugenholtz, Dorett I Odoni, Mark WJ van Passel from Wageningen University, The Netherlands. Based on an iGEM project.
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5. (2012) "'The Constructor: a web application optimizing cloning strategies based on modules from the registry of standard biological parts'". Matthijn C Hesselman, Jasper J Koehorst, Thijs Slijkhuis, Floor Hugenholtz, Dorett I Odoni, Mark WJ van Passel from Wageningen University, The Netherlands. Based on an iGEM project.
==Journal of Cell Biology==
==Journal of Cell Biology==

Revision as of 12:33, 10 October 2012

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Fall 2012, 10/8/12

ACS Synthetic Biology

Example:

  1. (2011) Engineering a Photoactivated Caspase-7 for Rapid Induction of Apoptosis. Evan Mills, Xi Chen, Elizabeth Pham, Stanley Wong, and Kevin Truong et al. ACS Synthetic Biology 2012 1.3:75-82. Link. Summary: Group from University of Toronto developed protein that causes rapid cell apotosis (cell death) of targeted cells.

Cell

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Frontiers in Microbiotechnology

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Journal of Biological Engineering

1. (2012) "'Engineered cell-cell communication via DNA messaging'". Monica Ortiz, Drew Endy at Stanford

Used bacteriophage M13 gene products to send DNA messages that encoded different messages to F+ bacteria. Could be useful if you could control when the message is sent, like in the presence of some compound.


2. (2012) "'A genetic bistable switch utilizing nonlinear protein degradation'". Daniel Huang, William Holtz, Michel Maharbiz from Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Berkeley

Made a bistable switch where the bistability depends on protein degradation. Used Lon protease which will not interfere with endogenous E. coli that targets a specific degradation tag that will not be targeted by endogenous E. coli proteases (no cross talk). Argue that using protein degradation to flip a switch is better than heat shock and UV because it won't damage the rest of the cell.


3. (2012) "'A synthetic biology approach to self-regulatory recombinant protein production in Escherichia coli'". Martin Dragosits, Daniel Nicklas, Ilias Tagkopoulos from UC Davis Genome Center, University of California, Davis


4. (2012) "'DeviceEditor visual biological CAD canvas'". Joanna Chen, Douglas Densmore, Timothy S Ham, Jay D Keasling, Nathan J Hillson from Joint BioEnergy Institute, Emeryville, CA


5. (2012) "'The Constructor: a web application optimizing cloning strategies based on modules from the registry of standard biological parts'". Matthijn C Hesselman, Jasper J Koehorst, Thijs Slijkhuis, Floor Hugenholtz, Dorett I Odoni, Mark WJ van Passel from Wageningen University, The Netherlands. Based on an iGEM project.

Journal of Cell Biology

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Molecular Biology of the Cell

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Molecular and Cellular Biology

  1. (2012) Activating Transcription Factor 3 Regulates Immune and Metabolic Homeostasis. Jan Rynesa,b, Colin D. Donohoea, Peter Frommoltc, Susanne Brodesserd, Marek Jindrae and Mirka Uhlirovaa. MCB Molecular and Cellular Biology 2012 32.19:3949-3962. Link. Summary: Group studying the loss of Atf3 within Drosophila and how it affects the metabolic, immunity, and other related systems.

Nature

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Nature Biotechnology

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Nature Molecular Systems Biology

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Public Library of Science Biology (PLoS Biology)

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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)

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Science

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Miscellaneous Reviews and Media

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