Rapid Assembly of Standardized and Non-standardized Biological Parts

Alexander Power
A primary aim of Synthetic Biology is the design and implementation of biological systems that perform engineered functions. However, the assembly of double-stranded DNA molecules is a major barrier to this progress, as it remains time consuming and laborious. Here I present three improved methods for DNA assembly. The first is based on, and makes use of, BioBricks. The second method relies on overlap-extension PCR to assemble non-standard parts. The third method improves upon overlap...
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