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Enzyme-free Ligation Of Oligonucleotides In A DNA Nanostructure - Science Trends

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http://news.google.com - Science TrendsEnzyme-free Ligation Of Oligonucleotides In A DNA NanostructureScience TrendsModern methods in medicine and synthetic biology require very long DNA strands, in particular with the advent of the increasingly popular CRISPR/Cas9 system in recent years. This technique makes it easier than before to manipulate whole genomes even in ...

A Cash Infusion From the Boss Props Up Intrexon – For Now - Barron's

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http://news.google.com - Barron'sA Cash Infusion From the Boss Props Up Intrexon – For NowBarron'sShares of Intrexon (XON) have popped 19% this week, to 14 bucks, after the gene-tinkering outfit said its chief executive had bought some $14 million worth of its stock from the company. But that cash won't make a big difference. Intrexon's most recent ...Intrexon (NYSE:XON) Earns Daily Coverage Optimism Score of 0.17StockNewsTimesall 2 news articles »

Welcome to the PLOS iGEM 2017 Project - PLoS Blogs (blog)

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http://news.google.com - Welcome to the PLOS iGEM 2017 ProjectPLoS Blogs (blog)Both PLOS and the iGEM Foundation aim to advance scientific communication through the development of open community collaboration. The organizations share a belief that all research should be openly available for anyone to read and reuse, and that ...

Synthetic Biology Market Growth and Forecast 2016-2026 - Find Market Research By Abhishek Budholiya (press release) (blog)

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http://news.google.com - Synthetic Biology Market Growth and Forecast 2016-2026Find Market Research By Abhishek Budholiya (press release) (blog)Synthetic Biology is one of the breakthrough technologies developed by mankind from chemistry, biology, computer science and engineering which ultimately changed the approach towards therapeutics. It has a varied areas of applications in biofuels ...

Is a Bigger Genetic Code Better? Get Ready to Find Out - Quanta Magazine

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http://news.google.com - Quanta MagazineIs a Bigger Genetic Code Better? Get Ready to Find OutQuanta Magazinebiologyevolutiongeneticsorigins of lifesynthetic biology. With recent innovations in gene editing, it may seem as if the field of synthetic biology is just starting to make strides into science-fiction territory. But for several decades, scientists ...

Nebraska students tackle a state-centric environmental problem — cow burps — with award-winning results - Lincoln Journal Star

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http://news.google.com - Lincoln Journal StarNebraska students tackle a state-centric environmental problem — cow burps — with award-winning resultsLincoln Journal StarTeam members and mentors from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln pose in front of the gold medal-winning project at the International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition in Boston. The team proposed two ways to reduce methane emissions in cattle ...

Global Synthetic Biology Market Set to Witness an Uptick of USD 37.21 billion by 2022 - News of Observer

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http://news.google.com - News of ObserverGlobal Synthetic Biology Market Set to Witness an Uptick of USD 37.21 billion by 2022News of ObserverThe global Synthetic Biology market has seen a potential growth over the past years. The Synthetic Biology industry is estimated to reach USD 37.21 billion in 2022, growing at a CAGR of 27.70% between 2017 and 2022 according to this study. Global ...Synthetic Biology Market: Regional Industry Segmentation, Analysis By Production, Consumption, Revenue And ...satPRnews (press release)all 52 news articles »

A bacterium that can read man-made DNA - The Economist

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http://news.google.com - The EconomistA bacterium that can read man-made DNAThe EconomistALL life on Earth uses the same four chemical letters, known as bases, to store genetic information in the form of DNA. Three bases form a codon, a genetic “word” that represents one of 20 natural amino acids. A string of codons can be read by the ...DNA 2.0: Partly synthetic bacteria contain never-seen-before genetic 'letters'The Japan Times“Alien” DNA Makes Proteins in Living Cells for The First TimeScientific AmericanScientists Train Bacteria To Build Unnatural ProteinsNPRWashington Post -MIT Technology Review&nbs