Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Michael Schmidt, and Elio Schaechter.
Special guest: Harris Wang
Harris joins Vincent, Elio, and Michael to describe multiplex automated genome engineering, a method for targeting many modifications in a population of bacterial cells.
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Links for this episode
- MAGE - Multiplex automated genome engineering (Nature)
- Genome-scale promoter engineering (Nat Methods)
- Manipulating microbial communities in situ (Trends Genet)
- Engineering human microbiomes (Meth Mol Biol)
- Genome-scale engineering (Mol Syst Biol)
- Economic framework of microbial trade (PLoS One)
- Harris Wang Lab
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