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gene therapy; gene synthesis; origins of life; protein selection and design; evolution of complexity


6. Nikolai Eroshenko, George Church (2013) Mutants of Cre recombinase with improved accuracy. Nat Commun 4:2509

5. Nikolai Eroshenko*, Rukmani Ramachandran*, Vamsi Yadavalli, Raj R. Rao (2013) Effect of substrate stiffness on early human embryonic stem cell differentiation. J Biol Eng 7:7

4. Shilpa Iyer, Ena Xiao, Khaled Alsayegh, Nikolai Eroshenko, Marion J. Riggs, James P. Bennett. Jr & Raj R. Rao (2012) Mitochondrial gene replacement in human pluripotent stem cell derived neural progenitors. Gene Ther 19:469

3. Nikolai Eroshenko*, Sriram Kosuri*, Adam H. Marblestone, Nicholas Conway, George Church (2012) Gene assembly from chip-synthesized oligonucleotides. Curr Prot Chem Biol 4:1

2. Sriram Kosuri*, Nikolai Eroshenko*, Emily LeProust, Michael Super, Jeffrey Way, Jin Billy Li & George Church (2010) Scalable gene synthesis by selective amplification of DNA pools from high-fidelity microchips. Nat Biotechnol 28:1295

1. Sheena Abraham, Nikolai Eroshenko & Raj R. Rao (2009) Role of bioinspired polymers in determination of pluripotent stem cell fate. Regen Med 4:561


1. George Church, Sriram Kosuri, Nikolai Eroshenko (pending) Orthogonal amplification and assembly of nucleic acid sequences US Patent App 2011057075 (Harvard)


Highly accurate Cre variants, Nature Methods, Oct. 30 2013

Refining a Recombinase, BioTechniques, Oct. 20 2013, Jeffrey M. Perkel

Technology: Making more genes, better and for less, Nature Reviews Genetics, Jan. 2011, Louisa Flintoft

Gene construction using microchip-based DNA synthesis and PCR amplification, SciBX, Jan. 6 2011,

Megabases for kilodollars, Nature Biotechnology, Dec. 07 2010, Mikkel Algire, Radha Krishnakumar & Chuck Merryman


George Church (2009-now)

Wyss Institute (2009-2011)

Raj Rao (2006-2008)

Curtis Taylor (2006-2007)


Harvard University (2008-now) PhD candidate, Bioengineering

Virginia Commonwealth University (2005-2008) BS, Biomedical Engineering


eroshenkona AT gmail

Nikolai Eroshenko
77 Ave. Louis Pasteur
NRB 238
Boston, MA 02115

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