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Dominik Kopp Sep 9
Nice article on the potential of synthetic biology. I do believe in it as well :)
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Javin Oza Aug 30
A nice overview for scientists looking for ways to implement .
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Peter Voyvodic Aug 27
Excited to share a short review paper about I wrote for Current Opinions in BME discussing many of the different ways that cell-free synthetic biology is changing the way we diagnose disease, monitor water conditions, and more.
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Manish Kushwaha Aug 28
Like and ? Check out the Metabolic . The same enzymes used with different weights can perform different classifications using metabolic circuits. Congrats
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Kate Adamala Aug 21
Check out Cell Free Systems Conference, Boston, December 4-6 2019. A meeting for people who do biology without living cells. With a session for us, the fake cells people.
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adsilverman627 Apr 26
Who even needs ribosomes? Super-exciting work on transcription-only small-molecule sensors with fluorescent RNA aptamer outputs, major props to and !
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Brittany Gancarz May 28
Replying to @Ashley_svenson
Oh absolutely. I think screening should be available to all pregnant women and that’s what I do in practice.
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PatCapel Jun 25
Great to see presenting at on traning computers to optimise genetic constructs for TX-TL reactions
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Cafe Synthetique Edinburgh Feb 26
Protocols for producing E.coli based extracts...
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Dominik Kopp Jun 7
Next level metabolic pathway engineering 👇 Excited to see that new analytical methods are catching up with high throughput DNA and protein synthesis.
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Dominik Kopp Dec 7
Metabolic engineering 'out-of-the-box'. Tools and strategies for the construction of 🛠️
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SynBio SRI Jun 27
Tues 2 July lunch at 12pm will be with Dr Emzo De Los Santos on the potential of transcriptional translational systems (TX-TL) to serve as "biomolecular breadboards" for rapid prototype design and production of natural products. RSVP via
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Nicole Gregorio Mar 12
So excited to share this publication written with and ! We hope that this comprehensive review of will enable new users to more seamlessly bring and more into their labs.
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Zakir Tnimov Sep 8
Recalling best memories from teaching school students in Russia protein synthesis and resistance back in August. Thanks workshop, for funding and for inspiration and technical advice. Lyophilised rocks!
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Tan Lab Jun 10
My lab is hiring a postdoctoral researcher in bottom-up/cell-free biology for cancer drug discovery. The position is fully funded for three years. Please see the job advertisement here:
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Tan Lab Apr 11
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Nature Protocols Sep 3
this week for profiling of circulating DNA (cfDNA) optimised for low input amounts from
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PatCapel Jun 25
Very excited for session 5 of - Cell Free!
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CellFree Sciences Sep 11
Please note the news from our British Partner : Talk to them if you have any needs or if you want to use our system.
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Alissa Mullin Aug 13
Very proud to announce that my first manuscript is live on bioRxiv! Check it out if you're looking to make cell-free extract prep a far easier and more effective process !!
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