A Method for Fast, High-Precision Characterization of Synthetic Biology Devices
Author(s)Beal, Jacob; Weiss, Ron; Yaman, Fusun; Davidsohn, Noah; Adler, Aaron
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Engineering biological systems with predictable behavior is a foundational goal of synthetic biology. To accomplish this, it is important to accurately characterize the behavior of biological devices. Prior characterization efforts, however, have generally not yielded enough high-quality information to enable compositional design. In the TASBE (A Tool-Chain to Accelerate Synthetic Biological Engineering) project we have developed a new characterization technique capable of producing such data. This document describes the techniques we have developed, along with examples of their application, so that the techniques can be accurately used by others.
Synthetic biology, characterization, TASBE
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