Synthesizing Synthetic Biology | GenomeWeb

PLOS One has launched the Synthetic Biology Collection — a set of more than 50 papers that the journal has published since 2006 on DNA synthesis and assembly, the development of libraries of biological parts, protein engineering, network and pathway analysis, and the like.

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