Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Synthetic Genomics - From BioBricks to Synthetic Genomes

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Miguel Fernández-Niño
Miguel Fernández-Niño

Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry,
Germany

Co-editor

Luis H. Reyes
Luis H. Reyes

Universidad de Los Andes

Published02 February 2022

Doi10.5772/intechopen.94713

ISBN978-1-83969-639-8

Print ISBN978-1-83969-638-1

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83969-640-4

Copyright year2022

Number of pages104

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Table of Contents

Open access  chapters

1. Introductory Chapter: From BioBricks to Synthetic Genomes

By Luis Humberto Reyes and Miguel Fernández-Niño

249
2. Multi-Omics Data Mining: A Novel Tool for BioBrick Design

By Angie Burgos-Toro, Martin Dippe, Andres Felipe Vásquez, Eric Pierschel, Ludger Aloisius Wessjohann and Miguel Fernández-Niño

519
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3. Applications of CRISPR/Cas Technology to Research the Synthetic Genomics of Yeast

By Huafeng Lin, Haizhen Wang, Aimin Deng, Minjing Rong, Lei Ye, Lei Shi, Tuanmei Wang and Xiangwen Peng

395
4. CRISPR-Cas9: Role in Processing of Modular Metabolic Engineered Bio-Based Products

By Vishnu Sharma, Tarun Kumar Kumawat, Anjali Pandit, Bhoomika Sharma, Pooja Agarwal, Bhawana Sharma, Preeti Nain and Manish Biyani

271
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5. Synthetic Gene Circuits for Antimicrobial Resistance and Cancer Research

By Kevin S. Farquhar, Michael Tyler Guinn, Gábor Balázsi and Daniel A. Charlebois

292

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