FEMS Microbiology Letters
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Discussion on how traditional molecular biology contributed to understanding and engineering polyketide biosynthesis, and how it can now be combined with recent advances in Synthetic Biology to create new antibiotics.
New Thematic Issue
This new thematic issue illustrates the range of topics that currently fall under the synthetic or systems labels and also explores how they might be related.
The 6th European Spores Conference
The 6th European Spores Conference.
April 9-11th, 2014.
Royal Holloway University of London, United Kingdom.
FEMS Letters is pleased to announce that it will publish a Thematic Issue based upon this meeting soon after the conference. The guest editors for this issue will be Ezio Ricca and Simon Cutting. Please register for the meeting and contribute to this publication.
A synthetic biology approach to the extension of the universal genetic code via sense codon emancipation and codon reassignment.