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Modular gene-circuit design takes two steps forward

Nature Methods volume 9, pages 10611063 (2012) | Download Citation

Work from two independent groups opens the door to designing gene circuits with advanced regulatory functions.

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  1. Jeffrey J. Tabor is in the Department of Bioengineering and Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology at Rice University, Houston, Texas, USA.

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