Published News

Breakthrough in Field of Synthetic Biology, Scientists Near to Creating ... - Austrian Tribune

Posted By BioSocrates on synthetic biology

http://news.google.com - Austrian TribuneBreakthrough in Field of Synthetic Biology, Scientists Near to Creating ...Austrian TribuneScientists have made a breakthrough in the field of synthetic biology after they synthesized the first entire chromosome for yeast. It is undoubtedly a giant leap towards the creation of artificial life. The importance of the latest feat could be ...Designer genes take a leap forwardWDIV DetroitScientists create life's building block that can redesign living thingsThe Standard Digital Newsall 5 news articles »

Scientists Move Closer to Inventing Artificial Life - National Geographic

Posted By BioSocrates on synthetic biology

http://news.google.com - National GeographicScientists Move Closer to Inventing Artificial LifeNational GeographicThe "synthetic" biology advance—the first synthesis of a working artificial chromosome in an organism more complex than a bacterium—opens the door wider to man-made microbes that may someday be designed to manufacture better fuels, food, and ...

Engineering Bacteria to Form a Biofilm and Induce Clumping in Caenorhabditis elegans

Posted By biocrusader on synthetic biology

http://dx.doi.org - Pedro Dorado-Morales, Alba Iglesias, Guillermo Zafrilla, Alejandro Valero, Alejandro Torres, Samuel Miravet-Verde, Jessica de Loma, Marina Mañas, Antonio Ruiz, Alba Corman, Lucas J. Morales, Juli Peretó, Cristina Vilanova and Manuel Porcar

Yeast Synthetic Biology Platform Generates Novel Chemical Structures as Scaffolds for Drug Discovery

Posted By biocrusader on synthetic biology

http://dx.doi.org - Jens Klein, Jonathan R. Heal, William D. O. Hamilton, Thiamo Boussemghoune, Thomas Østergaard Tange, Fanny Delegrange, Georg Jaeschke, Anaëlle Hatsch and Jutta Heim

Rapidly Characterizing the Fast Dynamics of RNA Genetic Circuitry with Cell-Free Transcription–Translation (TX-TL) Systems

Posted By biocrusader on synthetic biology

http://dx.doi.org - Melissa K. Takahashi, James Chappell, Clarmyra A. Hayes, Zachary Z. Sun, Jongmin Kim, Vipul Singhal, Kevin J. Spring, Shaima Al-Khabouri, Christopher P. Fall, Vincent Noireaux, Richard M. Murray and Julius B. Lucks