User:Pakpoom Subsoontorn/Notebook/Genetically Encoded Memory

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==Notes==
==Notes==
* Our review paper on [[Media:GeneticEncodeMemory.pdf |genetically encoded memory ]] (in preparation)
* Our review paper on [[Media:GeneticEncodeMemory.pdf |genetically encoded memory ]] (in preparation)
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*  [[User:Pakpoom Subsoontorn/Notebook/Genetically Encoded Memory/2008/10/10 | summary note of site-specific recombinases]]
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(to be removed)[[User:Pakpoom Subsoontorn/Notebook/Genetically Encoded Memory/2008/10/10 | summary note of site-specific recombinases]]
*  [[User:Pakpoom Subsoontorn/Notebook/Genetically Encoded Memory/2008/11/03| List of site-specific recombinases]]
*  [[User:Pakpoom Subsoontorn/Notebook/Genetically Encoded Memory/2008/11/03| List of site-specific recombinases]]
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*  [[User:Pakpoom Subsoontorn/Notebook/Genetically Encoded Memory/2008/11/07| Assay for site-specific recombinase profiling]]
* Presentation: [[Media:DNAwriter.ppt| writing to DNA]] (present to Infinite Monkey Theorem Group, 11/01/98)
* Presentation: [[Media:DNAwriter.ppt| writing to DNA]] (present to Infinite Monkey Theorem Group, 11/01/98)

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Outline

  1. Application
  2. Grand Challenges
  3. Start-up experiments
  4. Review Articles

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Conceptual questions

  • In the abstract level, how could we live with imperfect efficiency? No matter writing mechanism we choose in the end, the fraction of cells whose genome is actually rewritten will likely to be significantly less than a hundred percent.
  • What are the common/ different challenges between writing memory to DNA versus gene therapy/ transgenic?
  • Why reaction of some DNA integration is irreversible but most other don't?


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