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== Blattner Group ==
== Blattner Group ==
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I recommend that the work of the Blattner Lab in Wisconsin on clean e. coli genomes should feature prominently in this article. They've turned their clean e. coli into a commercial product sold by Scarab Genomics. Is there a version of that sweet graphic that shows the deleted regions on the genome that we're allowed to use?
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*'''[[User:Neil R Gottel|Neil R Gottel]] 17:25, 12 February 2013 (EST)''':I recommend that the work of the Blattner Lab in Wisconsin on clean e. coli genomes should feature prominently in this article. They've turned their clean e. coli into a commercial product sold by Scarab Genomics. Is there a version of that sweet graphic that shows the deleted regions on the genome that we're allowed to use?
== Readability ==
== Readability ==
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At some points this article has turned into a wall of text, particularly for the section on estimating the number of essential genes. I think it'd be helpful if a few people took a subheading and cleaned it up (and documented what they did here). For my part, I rewrote the section on "Genome Synthesis".
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*'''[[User:Neil R Gottel|Neil R Gottel]] 17:25, 12 February 2013 (EST)''':At some points this article has turned into a wall of text, particularly for the section on estimating the number of essential genes. I think it'd be helpful if a few people took a subheading and cleaned it up (and documented what they did here). For my part, I rewrote the section on "Genome Synthesis".

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Blattner Group

  • Neil R Gottel 17:25, 12 February 2013 (EST):I recommend that the work of the Blattner Lab in Wisconsin on clean e. coli genomes should feature prominently in this article. They've turned their clean e. coli into a commercial product sold by Scarab Genomics. Is there a version of that sweet graphic that shows the deleted regions on the genome that we're allowed to use?

Readability

  • Neil R Gottel 17:25, 12 February 2013 (EST):At some points this article has turned into a wall of text, particularly for the section on estimating the number of essential genes. I think it'd be helpful if a few people took a subheading and cleaned it up (and documented what they did here). For my part, I rewrote the section on "Genome Synthesis".
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