Table of Contents: Synthetic Biology Collection: DNA Synthesis & Assembly


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Synthetic Biology is an emerging, trans-disciplinary field at the intersection between many engineering and scientific disciplines such as biology, chemical engineering, chemistry, electrical engineering, and computer science.

This section of the Synthetic Biology Collection details papers related to DNA Synthesis & Assembly.

Articles in the Synthetic Biology Collection are presented in order of publication date and new articles will be added as they are published. PLOS welcome submissions in this field.

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Research Articles

A Rapid and Simple Method for DNA Engineering Using Cycled Ligation Assembly

Theodore L. Roth, Ljiljana Milenkovic, Matthew P. Scott

DNA Fragments Assembly Based on Nicking Enzyme System

Rui-Yan Wang, Zhen-Yu Shi, Ying-Ying Guo, Jin-Chun Chen, Guo-Qiang Chen

In Vitro Assembly of Multiple DNA Fragments Using Successive Hybridization

Xinglin Jiang, Jianming Yang, Haibo Zhang, Huibin Zou, Cong Wang, Mo Xian

Chemical Synthesis of Bacteriophage G4

Ruilin Yang, Yonghua Han, Yiwang Ye, Yuchen Liu, Zhimao Jiang, Yaoting Gui, Zhiming Cai

OmniChange: The Sequence Independent Method for Simultaneous Site-Saturation of Five Codons

Alexander Dennig, Amol V. Shivange, Jan Marienhagen, Ulrich Schwaneberg

Microarray Generation of Thousand-Member Oligonucleotide Libraries

Nina Svensen, Juan José Díaz-Mochón, Mark Bradley

GoldenBraid: An Iterative Cloning System for Standardized Assembly of Reusable Genetic Modules

Alejandro Sarrion-Perdigones, Erica Elvira Falconi, Sara I. Zandalinas, Paloma Juárez, Asun Fernández-del-Carmen, Antonio Granell, Diego Orzaez

Assembly of Designer TAL Effectors by Golden Gate Cloning

Ernst Weber, Ramona Gruetzner, Stefan Werner, Carola Engler, Sylvestre Marillonnet

A Modular Cloning System for Standardized Assembly of Multigene Constructs

Ernst Weber, Carola Engler, Ramona Gruetzner, Stefan Werner, Sylvestre Marillonnet

Golden Gate Shuffling: A One-Pot DNA Shuffling Method Based on Type IIs Restriction Enzymes

Carola Engler, Ramona Gruetzner, Romy Kandzia, Sylvestre Marillonnet