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Registry of BioBricks Models using CellML

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Show simple item record Vincent Rouilly, Barry Canton Poul Nielsen, Richard Kitney 2007-10-04T21:47:21Z 2007-10-04T21:47:21Z 2007-10-04T21:47:21Z
dc.description A poster presented at BioSysBio 2007 and at SB3.0 en
dc.description.abstract One of the main goals in Synthetic Biology is to assess the feasibility of building novel biological systems from interchangeable and standardized parts. In order to collect and share parts, a Registry of standardized DNA BioBricks[1] has been established at MIT. BioBricks can be assembled to form devices and systems to operate in living cells. Design of reliable devices and systems would benefit from accurate models of system function. To predict the function of systems built from many parts, we need to have accurate models for the parts and mechanisms to easily compose those part models into a system model. Therefore, in parallel to increasing the number of parts available and characterising them experimentally, a logical extension to the Registry would be to build a Registry of BioBrick models to complement the physical parts. en
dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.subject Synthetic Biology en
dc.subject BioBricks en
dc.subject Modeling en
dc.title Registry of BioBricks Models using CellML en
dc.type Presentation en

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