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  1. Engineered PPR proteins as inducible switches to activate the expression of chloroplast transgenes

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  2. Characterising standard genetic parts and establishing common principles for engineering legume and cereal roots  

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  3. Strong gene activation in plants with genome‐wide specificity using a new orthogonal CRISPR/Cas9‐based Programmable Transcriptional Activator

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  4. A promiscuous split intein with expanded protein engineering applications

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  5. Phenotypes on demand via switchable target protein degradation in multicellular organisms

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  6. Recent Advances and Current Challenges in Synthetic Biology of the Plastid Genetic System and Metabolism

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  7. Tandem fluorescent protein timers for non-invasive relative protein lifetime measurement in plants

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  8. Spatiotemporal Gene Repression System in the Heterocyst-Forming Multicellular Cyanobacterium Anabaena sp. PCC 7120

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  9. Switching toxic protein function in life cells

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  10. Site-specific manipulation of Arabidopsis loci using CRISPR-Cas9 SunTag systems

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  11. Harnessed viruses in the age of metagenomics and synthetic biology: An update on infectious clone assembly and biotechnologies of plant viruses

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  12. Endoribonuclease-Based Two-Component Repressor Systems for Tight Gene Expression Control in Plants

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  13. Split-TALE: A TALE-based two-component system for synthetic biology applications in planta

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  14. Plant Synthetic Biology: Quantifying the Known Unknowns and Discovering the Unknown Unknowns 

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  15. Quantitative characterization of genetic parts and circuits for plant synthetic biology

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  16. Chimeric 3’ flanking regions strongly enhance gene expression in plants

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  17. A potent Cas9-derived gene activator for plant and mammalian cells

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  18. MarpoDB: An Open Registry for Marchantia Polymorpha Genetic Parts

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  19. A Cyan Fluorescent Reporter Expressed from the Chloroplast Genome of Marchantia polymorpha

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  20. Agrochemical control of plant water use using engineered abscisic acid receptors

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  21. Synthetic hormone-responsive transcription factors can monitor and re-program plant development

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  22. Multiplexed Gene Editing and Protein Overexpression Using a Tobacco mosaic virus Viral Vector

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  23. Stabilization and translation of synthetic operon‐derived mRNAs in chloroplasts by sequences representing PPR protein‐binding sites

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  24. Synthetic hormone-responsive transcription factors can monitor and re-program plant development

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology


  25. Synthetic MicroProteins: Versatile Tools for Posttranslational Regulation of Target Proteins

    Posted by Steven Burgess in Research - Synthetic Biology