Synthetic Biology. Lecture 2: Fundamentals of Synthetic Biology. Fundamentals. Basic Components Promoters, Ribosome Binding Sites, Coding Sequences, terminators, Plasmids Isolating components from nature Basic Devices Inverters, Switches and Memories. Promoters.
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Lecture 2: Fundamentals of Synthetic Biology
Triplets (codons) of DNA/RNA code for amino acids
Organisms ‘prefer’ different codons
Re-coding amino acids can result in improved or reduced translation
IF we use proteins as our signal carrier, we need to have inverters that handle all sorts of input/output combinations!
Polymerase Per Second
E=∑( aLDNA+bLRNA+cLAA )
Over all parts, plus the ATP required for coding sequence function.