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2014 (35)
  1. Hicks MA, Prather KLJ.  2014.  Bioprospecting in the genomic age. Adv Appl Microbiol. 87:111-46. Google Scholar PubMed
  2. Nielsen AAK, Voigt CA.  2014.  Multi-input CRISPR/Cas genetic circuits that interface host regulatory networks. Mol Syst Biol. 10:763. Google Scholar PubMed

  3. Zakeri B, Carr PA.  2014.  The limits of synthetic biology. Trends Biotechnol. Google Scholar PubMed

  4. Nilgiriwala KSoli, Jiménez J, Rivera PMichael, Del Vecchio D.  2014.  A Synthetic Tunable Amplifying Buffer Circuit in E. coli. ACS Synth Biol. Google Scholar PubMed

  5. Shiue E, Brockman IM, Prather KLJ.  2014.  Improving Product Yields on D-Glucose in Escherichia coli via Knockout of pgi and zwf and Feeding of Supplemental Carbon Sources. Biotechnol Bioeng. Google Scholar PubMed
  6. Sheppard MJ, Kunjapur AM, Wenck SJ, Prather KLJ.  2014.  Retro-biosynthetic screening of a modular pathway design achieves selective route for microbial synthesis of 4-methyl-pentanol. Nat Commun. 5:5031. Google Scholar PubMed

  7. Dhamankar H, Tarasova Y, Martin CH, Prather KLJ.  2014.  Engineering E. coli for the biosynthesis of 3-hydroxy-γ-butyrolactone (3HBL) and 3,4-dihydroxybutyric acid (3,4-DHBA) as value-added chemicals from glucose as a sole carbon source. Metab Eng. 25:72-81. Google Scholar PubMed

  8. Rodrigues JL, Sousa M, Prather KLJ, Kluskens LD, Rodrigues LR.  2014.  Selection of Escherichia coli heat shock promoters toward their application as stress probes. J Biotechnol. Google Scholar PubMed

  9. Kunjapur AM, Tarasova Y, Prather KLJ.  2014.  Synthesis and Accumulation of Aromatic Aldehydes in an Engineered Strain of Escherichia coli. J Am Chem Soc. Google Scholar PubMed

  10. Sanjana NE, Shalem O, Zhang F.  2014.  Improved vectors and genome-wide libraries for CRISPR screening. Nat Methods. 11(8):783-4. Google Scholar PubMed

  11. Gonçalves GAL, Oliveira PH, Gomes AG, Prather KLJ, Lewis LA, Prazeres DMF, Monteiro GA.  2014.  Evidence that the insertion events of IS2 transposition are biased towards abrupt compositional shifts in target DNA and modulated by a diverse set of culture parameters. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 98(15):6609-19. Google Scholar PubMed

  12. Kiani S, Beal J, Ebrahimkhani MR, Huh J, Hall RN, Xie Z, Li Y, Weiss R.  2014.  CRISPR transcriptional repression devices and layered circuits in mammalian cells. Nat Methods. 11(7):723-6. Google Scholar PubMed

  13. Wu X, Scott DA, Kriz AJ, Chiu AC, Hsu PD, Dadon DB, Cheng AW, Trevino AE, Konermann S, Chen S et al.  2014.  Genome-wide binding of the CRISPR endonuclease Cas9 in mammalian cells. Nat Biotechnol. 32(7):670-6. Google Scholar PubMed

  14. Gonçalves GAL, Prather KLJ, Monteiro GA, Carnes AE, Prazeres DMF.  2014.  Plasmid DNA production with Escherichia coli GALG20, a pgi-gene knockout strain: Fermentation strategies and impact on downstream processing. J Biotechnol. 186C:119-127. Google Scholar PubMed

  15. Hsu PD, Lander ES, Zhang F.  2014.  Development and applications of CRISPR-Cas9 for genome engineering. Cell. 157(6):1262-78. Google Scholar PubMed
  16. Siuti P, Yazbek J, Lu TK.  2014.  Engineering genetic circuits that compute and remember. Nat Protoc. 9(6):1292-300. Google Scholar PubMed

  17. Beal J, Wagner TE, Kitada T, Azizgolshani O, Parker JMoberg, Densmore D, Weiss R.  2014.  Model-driven Engineering of Gene Expression from RNA Replicons. ACS Synth Biol. Google Scholar PubMed

  18. Nissim L, Perli SD, Fridkin A, Perez-Pinera P, Lu TK.  2014.  Multiplexed and programmable regulation of gene networks with an integrated RNA and CRISPR/Cas toolkit in human cells. Mol Cell. 54(4):698-710. Google Scholar PubMed

  19. Gonçalves GAL, Prather KLJ, Monteiro GA, Prazeres DMF.  2014.  Engineering of Escherichia coli strains for plasmid biopharmaceutical production: scale-up challenges. Vaccine. 32(24):2847-50. Google Scholar PubMed

  20. Simcikova M, Prather KLJ, Prazeres DMF, Monteiro GA.  2014.  On the dual effect of glucose during production of pBAD/AraC-based minicircles. Vaccine. 32(24):2843-6. Google Scholar PubMed

  21. Collins JJ, Maxon M, Ellington A, Fussenegger M, Weiss R, Sauro H.  2014.  Synthetic biology: How best to build a cell. Nature. 509(7499):155-7.  Google Scholar PubMed

  22. Chen AY, Deng Z, Billings AN, Seker UOS, Lu MY, Citorik RJ, Zakeri B, Lu TK.  2014.  Synthesis and patterning of tunable multiscale materials with engineered cells. Nat Mater. 13(5):515-23. Google Scholar PubMed

  23. Abin-Fuentes A, Leung JC, Mohamed MEl-Said, Wang DIC, Prather KLJ.  2014.  Rate-limiting step analysis of the microbial desulfurization of dibenzothiophene in a model oil system. Biotechnol Bioeng. 111(5):876-84. Google Scholar PubMed

  24. Brophy JAN, Voigt CA.  2014.  Principles of genetic circuit design. Nat Methods. 11(5):508-20. Google Scholar PubMed

  25. Purcell O, Lu TK.  2014.  Synthetic analog and digital circuits for cellular computation and memory. Curr Opin Biotechnol. 29C:146-155. Google Scholar PubMed

  26. Nielsen J, Fussenegger M, Keasling J, Lee SYup, Liao JC, Prather K, Palsson B.  2014. Engineering synergy in biotechnology. Nat Chem Biol. 10(5):319-22. Google Scholar PubMed

  27. Roquet N, Lu TK.  2014.  Digital and analog gene circuits for biotechnology. Biotechnol J. 9(5):597-608. Google Scholar PubMed

  28. Church GM, Elowitz MB, Smolke CD, Voigt CA, Weiss R.  2014.  Realizing the potential of synthetic biology. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol. 15(4):289-94. Google Scholar PubMed

  29. Sarpeshkar R.  2014.  Analog synthetic biology. Philos Trans A Math Phys Eng Sci. 372(2012):20130110. Google Scholar  PubMed

  30. Lee MN, Ye C, Villani A-C, Raj T, Li W, Eisenhaure TM, Imboywa SH, Chipendo PI, F Ran A, Slowikowski K et al..  2014.  Common genetic variants modulate pathogen-sensing responses in human dendritic cells. Science. 343(6175):1246980. Google Scholar  PubMed

  31. Gyorgy A, Del Vecchio D.  2014.  Modular composition of gene transcription networks. PLoS Comput Biol. 10(3):e1003486. Google Scholar PubMed
  32. Nishimasu H, F Ran A, Hsu PD, Konermann S, Shehata SI, Dohmae N, Ishitani R, Zhang F, Nureki O.  2014.  Crystal structure of Cas9 in complex with guide RNA and target DNA. Cell. 156(5):935-49. Google Scholar PubMed

  33. McMahon MD, Prather KLJ.  2014.  Functional screening and in vitro analysis reveal thioesterases with enhanced substrate specificity profiles that improve short-chain fatty acid production in Escherichia coli. Appl Environ Microbiol. 80(3):1042-50. Google Scholar PubMed
  34. Shalem O, Sanjana NE, Hartenian E, Shi X, Scott DA, Mikkelsen TS, Heckl D, Ebert BL, Root DE, Doench JG et al.  2014.  Genome-scale CRISPR-Cas9 knockout screening in human cells. Science. 343(6166):84-7. Google Scholar PubMed
  35. Pyzocha NK, F Ran A, Hsu PD, Zhang F.  2014.  RNA-guided genome editing of mammalian cells. Methods Mol Biol. 1114:269-77. Google Scholar PubMed

2013 (24)
  1. Aakre CD, Phung TN, Huang D, Laub MT.  2013.  A bacterial toxin inhibits DNA replication elongation through a direct interaction with the β sliding clamp. Mol Cell. 52(5):617-28. Google Scholar PubMed

  2. Le TBK, Imakaev MV, Mirny LA, Laub MT.  2013.  High-resolution mapping of the spatial organization of a bacterial chromosome. Science. 342(6159):731-4. Google Scholar PubMed
  3. F Ran A, Hsu PD, Wright J, Agarwala V, Scott DA, Zhang F.  2013.  Genome engineering using the CRISPR-Cas9 system. Nat Protoc. 8(11):2281-308. Google Scholar PubMed

  4. Wagner JC, Goldfless SJ, Ganesan SM, Lee MCS, Fidock DA, Niles JC.  2013.  An integrated strategy for efficient vector construction and multi-gene expression in Plasmodium falciparum. Malar J. 12:373. Google Scholar PubMed
  5. Farzadfard F, Perli SD, Lu TK.  2013.  Tunable and multifunctional eukaryotic transcription factors based on CRISPR/Cas. ACS Synth Biol. 2(10):604-13. Google Scholar PubMed. Google Scholar PubMed

  6. F Ran A, Hsu PD, Lin C-Y, Gootenberg JS, Konermann S, Trevino AE, Scott DA, Inoue A, Matoba S, Zhang Y et al..  2013.  Double nicking by RNA-guided CRISPR Cas9 for enhanced genome editing specificity. Cell. 154(6):1380-9. Google Scholar PubMed

  7. Podgornaia AI, Casino P, Marina A, Laub MT.  2013.  Structural basis of a rationally rewired protein-protein interface critical to bacterial signaling. Structure. 21(9):1636-47. Google Scholar PubMed

  8. Hsu PD, Scott DA, Weinstein JA, F Ran A, Konermann S, Agarwala V, Li Y, Fine EJ, Wu X, Shalem O et al..  2013.  DNA targeting specificity of RNA-guided Cas9 nucleases. Nat Biotechnol. 31(9):827-32. Google Scholar PubMed

  9. Konermann S, Brigham MD, Trevino AE, Hsu PD, Heidenreich M, Cong L, Platt RJ, Scott DA, Church GM, Zhang F.  2013.  Optical control of mammalian endogenous transcription and epigenetic states. Nature. 500(7463):472-6. Google Scholar PubMed. Google Scholar PubMed

  10. Jayanthi S, Nilgiriwala KSoli, Del Vecchio D.  2013.  Retroactivity controls the temporal dynamics of gene transcription. ACS Synth Biol. 2(8):431-41. Google Scholar PubMed

  11. Bikard D, Jiang W, Samai P, Hochschild A, Zhang F, Marraffini LA.  2013.  Programmable repression and activation of bacterial gene expression using an engineered CRISPR-Cas system. Nucleic Acids Res. 41(15):7429-37. Google Scholar PubMed
  12. Jonas K, Liu J, Chien P, Laub MT.  2013.  Proteotoxic stress induces a cell-cycle arrest by stimulating Lon to degrade the replication initiator DnaA. Cell. 154(3):623-36. Google Scholar PubMedveroxybd.com

  13. Zakeri B, Lu TK.  2013.  Synthetic biology of antimicrobial discovery. ACS Synth Biol. 2(7):358-72. Google Scholar PubMed

  14. Purcell O, Jain B, Karr JR, Covert MW, Lu TK.  2013.  Towards a whole-cell modeling approach for synthetic biology. Chaos. 23(2):025112. Google Scholar PubMed

  15. Daniel R, Rubens JR, Sarpeshkar R, Lu TK.  2013.  Synthetic analog computation in living cells. Nature. 497(7451):619-23. Google Scholar PubMed
  16. Wang H, Yang H, Shivalila CS, Dawlaty MM, Cheng AW, Zhang F, Jaenisch R.  2013.  One-step generation of mice carrying mutations in multiple genes by CRISPR/Cas-mediated genome engineering. Cell. 153(4):910-8. Google Scholar PubMed

  17. Siuti P, Yazbek J, Lu TK.  2013.  Synthetic circuits integrating logic and memory in living cells. Nat Biotechnol. 31(5):448-52. Google Scholar PubMed
  18. Pirie CM, De Mey M, Prather KLJones, Ajikumar PKumaran.  2013.  Integrating the protein and metabolic engineering toolkits for next-generation chemical biosynthesis. ACS Chem Biol. 8(4):662-72. Google Scholar PubMed. Google Scholar PubMedir-leasing.ru

  19. Ashenberg O, Keating AE, Laub MT.  2013.  Helix bundle loops determine whether histidine kinases autophosphorylate in cis or in trans. J Mol Biol. 425(7):1198-209. Google Scholar PubMed
  20. Podgornaia AI, Laub MT.  2013.  Determinants of specificity in two-component signal transduction. Curr Opin Microbiol. 16(2):156-62. Google Scholar PubMedsports74.ru

  21. Gora KG, Cantin A, Wohlever M, Joshi KK, Perchuk BS, Chien P, Laub MT.  2013.  Regulated proteolysis of a transcription factor complex is critical to cell cycle progression in Caulobacter crescentus. Mol Microbiol. 87(6):1277-89. Google Scholar PubMed

  22. Jiang W, Bikard D, Cox D, Zhang F, Marraffini LA.  2013.  RNA-guided editing of bacterial genomes using CRISPR-Cas systems. Nat Biotechnol. 31(3):233-9. Google Scholar PubMed

  23. Cong L, F Ran A, Cox D, Lin S, Barretto R, Habib N, Hsu PD, Wu X, Jiang W, Marraffini LA et al..  2013.  Multiplex genome engineering using CRISPR/Cas systems. Science. 339(6121):819-23. Google Scholar PubMed

  24. Ashenberg O, Laub MT.  2013.  Using analyses of amino Acid coevolution to understand protein structure and function. Methods Enzymol. 523:191-212. Google Scholar PubMed

2012 (21)
  1. Capra EJ, Perchuk BS, Ashenberg O, Seid CA, Snow HR, Skerker JM, Laub MT.  2012.  Spatial tethering of kinases to their substrates relaxes evolutionary constraints on specificity. Mol Microbiol. 86(6):1393-403. Google Scholar PubMed

  2. Tsokos CG, Laub MT.  2012.  Polarity and cell fate asymmetry in Caulobacter crescentus. Curr Opin Microbiol. 15(6):744-50. Google Scholar PubMed

  3. Belmont BJ, Niles JC.  2012.  Inducible control of subcellular RNA localization using a synthetic protein-RNA aptamer interaction. PLoS One. 7(10):e46868. Google Scholar PubMed

  4. Carr PA, Wang HH, Sterling B, Isaacs FJ, Lajoie MJ, Xu G, Church GM, Jacobson JM.  2012.  Enhanced multiplex genome engineering through co-operative oligonucleotide co-selection. Nucleic Acids Res. 40(17):e132. Google Scholar PubMed

  5. Hsu PD, Zhang F.  2012.  Dissecting neural function using targeted genome engineering technologies. ACS Chem Neurosci. 3(8):603-10. Google Scholar PubMed

  6. Del Vecchio D.  2012.  Modularity in signaling systems. Phys Biol. 9(4):045008. Google Scholar PubMed

  7. Briggs AW, Rios X, Chari R, Yang L, Zhang F, Mali P, Church GM.  2012.  Iterative capped assembly: rapid and scalable synthesis of repeat-module DNA such as TAL effectors from individual monomers. Nucleic Acids Res. 40(15):e117. Google Scholar PubMed

  8. Jayanthi S, Del Vecchio D.  2012.  Tuning genetic clocks employing DNA binding sites. PLoS One. 7(7):e41019. Google Scholar PubMed

  9. Cong L, Zhou R, Kuo Y-C, Cunniff M, Zhang F.  2012.  Comprehensive interrogation of natural TALE DNA-binding modules and transcriptional repressor domains. Nat Commun. 3:968. Google Scholar PubMed

  10. Zhao W, Dauwels J, Niles JC, Cao J.  2012.  Computational synchronization of microarray data with application to Plasmodium falciparum. Proteome Sci. 10 Suppl 1:S10. Google Scholar PubMed

  11. Mei Y, Zhang F.  2012.  Molecular tools and approaches for optogenetics. Biol Psychiatry. 71(12):1033-8. Google Scholar PubMed

  12. Capra EJ, Perchuk BS, Skerker JM, Laub MT.  2012.  Adaptive mutations that prevent crosstalk enable the expansion of paralogous signaling protein families. Cell. 150(1):222-32. Google Scholar PubMed

  13. Capra EJ, Laub MT.  2012.  Evolution of two-component signal transduction systems. Annu Rev Microbiol. 66:325-47. Google Scholar PubMed

  14. Niles JC.  2012.  Malarial parasites accumulate labile zinc pools. Chem Biol. 19(6):660-1. Google Scholar PubMed

  15. Cheng AA, Lu TK.  2012.  Synthetic biology: an emerging engineering discipline. Annu Rev Biomed Eng. 14:155-78. Google Scholar PubMed
  16. Goldfless SJ, Belmont BJ, de Paz AM, Liu JF, Niles JC.  2012.  Direct and specific chemical control of eukaryotic translation with a synthetic RNA-protein interaction. Nucleic Acids Res. 40(9):e64. Google Scholar PubMed

  17. Kato HE, Zhang F, Yizhar O, Ramakrishnan C, Nishizawa T, Hirata K, Ito J, Aita Y, Tsukazaki T, Hayashi S et al.  2012.  Crystal structure of the channelrhodopsin light-gated cation channel. Nature. 482(7385):369-74. Google Scholar PubMed

  18. Aakre CD, Laub MT.  2012.  Asymmetric cell division: a persistent issue? Dev Cell. 22(2):235-6. Google Scholar PubMed

  19. Arfin SK, Sarpeshkar R.  2012.  An energy-efficient, adiabatic electrode stimulator with inductive energy recycling and feedback current regulation. IEEE Trans Biomed Circuits Syst. 6(1):1-14. Google Scholar PubMed

  20. Sanjana NE, Cong L, Zhou Y, Cunniff MM, Feng G, Zhang F.  2012.  A transcription activator-like effector toolbox for genome engineering. Nat Protoc. 7(1):171-92. Google Scholar PubMed

  21. Rapoport BI, Turicchia L, Wattanapanitch W, Davidson TJ, Sarpeshkar R.  2012.  Efficient universal computing architectures for decoding neural activity. PLoS One. 7(9):e42492. Google Scholar PubMed

2011 (18)
  1. Zhang F, Vierock J, Yizhar O, Fenno LE, Tsunoda S, Kianianmomeni A, Prigge M, Berndt A, Cushman J, Polle J et al.  2011.  The microbial opsin family of optogenetic tools. Cell. 147(7):1446-57. Google Scholar PubMed
  2. Wattanapanitch W, Sarpeshkar R.  2011.  A low-power 32-channel digitally programmable neural recording integrated circuit. IEEE Trans Biomed Circuits Syst. 5(6):592-602. Google Scholar PubMed

  3. Ashenberg O, Rozen-Gagnon K, Laub MT, Keating AE.  2011.  Determinants of homodimerization specificity in histidine kinases. J Mol Biol. 413(1):222-35. Google Scholar PubMed

  4. Jiang P, Ventura AC, Sontag ED, Merajver SD, Ninfa AJ, Del Vecchio D.  2011.  Load-induced modulation of signal transduction networks. Sci Signal. 4(194):ra67. Google Scholar PubMed
  5. Lu TK, Koeris MS.  2011.  The next generation of bacteriophage therapy. Curr Opin Microbiol. 14(5):524-31. Google Scholar PubMed

  6. Kang JWoong, Lue N, Kong C-R, Barman I, Dingari NC, Goldfless SJ, Niles JC, Dasari RR, Feld MS.  2011.  Combined confocal Raman and quantitative phase microscopy system for biomedical diagnosis. Biomed Opt Express. 2(9):2484-92. Google Scholar PubMed

  7. Abel S, Chien P, Wassmann P, Schirmer T, Kaever V, Laub MT, Baker TA, Jenal U.  2011.  Regulatory cohesion of cell cycle and cell differentiation through interlinked phosphorylation and second messenger networks. Mol Cell. 43(4):550-60. Google Scholar PubMed

  8. Turicchia L, Sarpeshkar R.  2011.  An articulatory silicon vocal tract for speech and hearing prostheses. IEEE Trans Biomed Circuits Syst. 5(4):339-46. Google Scholar PubMed

  9. Isaacs FJ, Carr PA, Wang HH, Lajoie MJ, Sterling B, Kraal L, Tolonen AC, Gianoulis TA, Goodman DB, Reppas NB et al.  2011.  Precise manipulation of chromosomes in vivo enables genome-wide codon replacement. Science. 333(6040):348-53. Google Scholar PubMed
  10. Jonas K, Y Chen E, Laub MT.  2011.  Modularity of the bacterial cell cycle enables independent spatial and temporal control of DNA replication. Curr Biol. 21(13):1092-101. Google Scholar PubMed
  11. Fleurant M, Kell R, Love J, Jenter C, Volk LA, Zhang F, Bates DW, Simon SR.  2011.  Massachusetts e-Health Project increased physicians’ ability to use registries, and signals progress toward better care. Health Aff (Millwood). 30(7):1256-64. Google Scholar PubMed

  12. Modell JW, Hopkins AC, Laub MT.  2011.  A DNA damage checkpoint in Caulobacter crescentus inhibits cell division through a direct interaction with FtsW. Genes Dev. 25(12):1328-43. Google Scholar PubMed
  13. Ossareh HR, Ventura AC, Merajver SD, Del Vecchio D.  2011.  Long signaling cascades tend to attenuate retroactivity. Biophys J. 100(7):1617-26. Google Scholar PubMed
  14. Valle BDo, Wentz CT, Sarpeshkar R.  2011.  An area and power-efficient analog li-ion battery charger circuit. IEEE Trans Biomed Circuits Syst. 5(2):131-7. Google Scholar PubMed

  15. Bow H, Pivkin IV, Diez-Silva M, Goldfless SJ, Dao M, Niles JC, Suresh S, Han J.  2011.  A microfabricated deformability-based flow cytometer with application to malaria. Lab Chip. 11(6):1065-73. Google Scholar PubMed

  16. Tsokos CG, Perchuk BS, Laub MT.  2011.  A dynamic complex of signaling proteins uses polar localization to regulate cell-fate asymmetry in Caulobacter crescentus. Dev Cell. 20(3):329-41. Google Scholar PubMed

  17. Zhang F, Cong L, Lodato S, Kosuri S, Church GM, Arlotta P.  2011.  Efficient construction of sequence-specific TAL effectors for modulating mammalian transcription. Nat Biotechnol. 29(2):149-53. Google Scholar PubMed

  18. Y Chen E, Tropini C, Jonas K, Tsokos CG, Huang KC, Laub MT.  2011.  Spatial gradient of protein phosphorylation underlies replicative asymmetry in a bacterium. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 108(3):1052-7. Google Scholar PubMed
2010 (9)
  1. Siryaporn A, Perchuk BS, Laub MT, Goulian M.  2010.  Evolving a robust signal transduction pathway from weak cross-talk. Mol Syst Biol. 6:452. Google Scholar PubMed

  2. Lu TK.  2010.  Engineering scalable biological systems. Bioeng Bugs. 1(6):378-84. Google Scholar PubMed

  3. Carr PA.  2010.  DNA construction: homemade or ordered out? Nat Methods. 7(11):887-9. Google Scholar PubMed

  4. Oliveira PH, Prather KJones, Prazeres DMF, Monteiro GA.  2010.  Analysis of DNA repeats in bacterial plasmids reveals the potential for recurrent instability events. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 87(6):2157-67. Google Scholar PubMed

  5. Ventura AC, Jiang P, Van Wassenhove L, Del Vecchio D, Merajver SD, Ninfa AJ.  2010.  Signaling properties of a covalent modification cycle are altered by a downstream target. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 107(22):10032-7. Google Scholar PubMed

  6. Moon TSeok, Dueber JE, Shiue E, Prather KLJones.  2010.  Use of modular, synthetic scaffolds for improved production of glucaric acid in engineered E. coli. Metab Eng. 12(3):298-305. Google Scholar PubMed
  7. Tavakoli M, Turicchia L, Sarpeshkar R.  2010.  An ultra-low-power pulse oximeter implemented with an energy-efficient transimpedance amplifier. IEEE Trans Biomed Circuits Syst. 4(1):27-38. Google Scholar PubMed

  8. Belmont BJ, Niles JC.  2010.  Engineering a direct and inducible protein-RNA interaction to regulate RNA biology. ACS Chem Biol. 5(9):851-61. Google Scholar PubMed

  9. Martin CH, Wu D, Prather KLJones.  2010.  Integrated bioprocessing for the pH-dependent production of 4-valerolactone from levulinate in Pseudomonas putida KT2440. Appl Environ Microbiol. 76(2):417-24. Google Scholar PubMed

2009 (21)
  1. Carr PA, Church GM.  2009.  Genome engineering.  Nat Biotechnol. 27(12):1151-62. Google Scholar PubMed

  2. Lu TK, Khalil AS, Collins JJ.  2009.  Next-generation synthetic gene networks. Nat Biotechnol. 27(12):1139-50. Google Scholar PubMed

  3. Fay L, Misra V, Sarpeshkar R.  2009.  A micropower electrocardiogram amplifier. IEEE Trans Biomed Circuits Syst. 3(5):312-20. Google Scholar PubMed

  4. Prather KLJones, Jaramillo A.  2009.  Editorial: Focus on synthetic biology. Biotechnol J. 4(10):1367. Google Scholar PubMed

  5. Ghaemi R, Sun J, Iglesias PA, Del Vecchio D.  2009.  A method for determining the robustness of bio-molecular oscillator models. BMC Syst Biol. 3:95. Google Scholar PubMed

  6. Moon TSeok, Yoon S-H, Ching M-JTsang Mui, Lanza AM, Prather KLJones.  2009.  Enzymatic assay of D-glucuronate using uronate dehydrogenase. Anal Biochem. 392(2):183-5. Google Scholar PubMed

  7. Oliveira PH, Prather KJones, Prazeres DMF, Monteiro GA.  2009.  Structural instability of plasmid biopharmaceuticals: challenges and implications. Trends Biotechnol. 27(9):503-11. Google Scholar PubMed

  8. Nielsen DR, Leonard E, Yoon S-H, Tseng H-C, Yuan C, Prather KLJones.  2009.  Engineering alternative butanol production platforms in heterologous bacteria. Metab Eng. 11(4-5):262-73. Google Scholar PubMed
  9. Mukunda G, Oye KA, Mohr SC.  2009.  What rough beast? Politics Life Sci. 28(2):2-26. Google Scholar PubMed

  10. Varadarajan PAmur, Del Vecchio D.  2009.  Design and characterization of a three-terminal transcriptional device through polymerase per second. IEEE Trans Nanobioscience. 8(3):281-9. Google Scholar PubMed

  11. Wang HH, Isaacs FJ, Carr PA, Sun ZZ, Xu G, Forest CR, Church GM.  2009.  Programming cells by multiplex genome engineering and accelerated evolution. Nature. 460(7257):894-8. Google Scholar PubMed

  12. Niles JC, Derisi JL, Marletta MA.  2009.  Inhibiting Plasmodium falciparum growth and heme detoxification pathway using heme-binding DNA aptamers. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 106(32):13266-71. Google Scholar PubMed
  13. Arfin SK, Long MA, Fee MS, Sarpeshkar R.  2009.  Wireless neural stimulation in freely behaving small animals. J Neurophysiol. 102(1):598-605. Google Scholar PubMed

  14. Leonard E, Runguphan W, O’Connor S, Prather KJones.  2009.  Opportunities in metabolic engineering to facilitate scalable alkaloid production. Nat Chem Biol. 5(5):292-300. Google Scholar PubMed
  15. Tseng H-C, Martin CH, Nielsen DR, Prather KLJones.  2009.  Metabolic engineering of Escherichia coli for enhanced production of (R)- and (S)-3-hydroxybutyrate. Appl Environ Microbiol. 75(10):3137-45. Google Scholar PubMed

  16. Martin CH, Nielsen DR, Solomon KV, Prather KLJones.  2009.  Synthetic metabolism: engineering biology at the protein and pathway scales. Chem Biol. 16(3):277-86. Google Scholar PubMed

  17. Lu TK, Collins JJ.  2009.  Engineered bacteriophage targeting gene networks as adjuvants for antibiotic therapy. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 106(12):4629-34. Google Scholar PubMed

  18. Yoon S-H, Moon TSeok, Iranpour P, Lanza AM, Prather KJones.  2009.  Cloning and characterization of uronate dehydrogenases from two pseudomonads and Agrobacterium tumefaciens strain C58. J Bacteriol. 191(5):1565-73. Google Scholar PubMed

  19. Nielsen DR, Prather KJones.  2009.  In situ product recovery of n-butanol using polymeric resins. Biotechnol Bioeng. 102(3):811-21. Google Scholar PubMed

  20. Moon TSeok, Yoon S-H, Lanza AM, Roy-Mayhew JD, Prather KLJones.  2009.  Production of glucaric acid from a synthetic pathway in recombinant Escherichia coli. Appl Environ Microbiol. 75(3):589-95. Google Scholar PubMed
  21. Martin CH, Prather KLJones.  2009.  High-titer production of monomeric hydroxyvalerates from levulinic acid in Pseudomonas putida. J Biotechnol. 139(1):61-7. Google Scholar PubMed

2008 (8)
  1. Mandal S, Sarpeshkar R.  2008.  Power-efficient impedance-modulation wireless data links for biomedical implants. IEEE Trans Biomed Circuits Syst. 2(4):301-15. Google Scholar PubMed
  2. Turicchia L, Sarpeshkar R.  2008.  An analog integrated-circuit vocal tract. IEEE Trans Biomed Circuits Syst. 2(4):316-27. Google Scholar PubMed

  3. Leonard E, Nielsen D, Solomon K, Prather KJones.  2008.  Engineering microbes with synthetic biology frameworks. Trends Biotechnol. 26(12):674-81. Google Scholar PubMed

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  5. Prather KLJones, Martin CH.  2008.  De novo biosynthetic pathways: rational design of microbial chemical factories. Curr Opin Biotechnol. 19(5):468-74. Google Scholar PubMed

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1999 (7)
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