Encyclopedia of Molecular Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine
Copyright © 1999-2012 by John Wiley and Sons, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Online ISBN: 9783527600908
Editor(s): Dr. Robert A. Meyers
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What's new in EMCBMM?
NEW and updated articles on Synthetic Biology
DNA Origami Nanobots
The Emergence of the First Cells
The Minimal Gene-Set Machinery
SynBioSS Designer Modeling Suite
Konstantinos Biliouris, Emma Weeding and Yiannis Kaznessis
The Synthetic Biology Approach to Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine
Boon Chin Heng and Martin Fussenegger
Synthetic Biology Approaches for Regenerative Medicine
Elise cachat, Kim C. Martin and Jamie A. Davies
Synthetic Biology Approaches for Vaccine Development
Sam H. Shen, Bruce Futscher, Chen Yang and Eckard Wimmer
Synthetic Biology Approaches to Cell Therapy
Sung-Ho Paek and Warren C. Ruder
Synthetic Biology in Metabolic Engineering
From Complex Biochemical Pathways to Compartmentalized Metabolic Processes - A Vitamin Connection
Evelyne Deery, Stefanie Frank, Andrew Lawrence, Simon Moore, Susanne Schroeder and Martin J. Warren
Synthetic Biology of Antiibiotic Production
Eriko Takano and Rainer Breitling
Synthetic Gene Circuits
Barbara Jusiak, Ramiz Daniel, Fahim Farzadfard, Lio Nissim, Oliver Purcell, Jacob Rubens and Timothy K. Lu
Synthetic Hybrid Biosensors
Apoorv Shanker, Kangwon Lee and Jinseng Kim
Sung-Ho Paek and Warren C. Ruder of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University explore how two of the biggest breakthroughs in cell biology over the last 50 years could be brought together to revolutionize medical intervention.
Synthetic Biology Approaches to Cell Therapy, by Sung-Ho Paek and Warren C. Ruder.