Synthetic DNA and RNA Programming
AbstractSynthetic biology is a broad and emerging discipline that capitalizes on recent advances in molecular biology, genetics, protein and RNA engineering as well as omics technologies. Together these technologies have transformed our ability to reveal the biology of the cell and the molecular basis of disease. This Special Issue on “Synthetic RNA and DNA Programming” features original research articles and reviews, highlighting novel aspects of basic molecular biology and the molecular mechanisms of disease that were uncovered by the application and development of novel synthetic biology-driven approaches. View Full-Text
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O’Donoghue, Patrick; Heinemann, Ilka U. 2019. "Synthetic DNA and RNA Programming." Genes 10, no. 7: 523.
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