Microfluidic Technologies for Synthetic Biology
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- Microfluidic Technologies for Synthetic Biology
- Vinuselvi, Parisutham; Park, Seongyong; Kim, Minseok; Park, Jung Min; Kim, Taesung; Lee, Sung Kuk
- microfluidics; synthetic biology; genetic circuits; gene expression and regulation; metabolite detection; whole-cell analysis
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- MDPI AG
- INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR SCIENCES, v.12, no.6, pp.3576 - 3593
- Microfluidic technologies have shown powerful abilities for reducing cost, time, and labor, and at the same time, for increasing accuracy, throughput, and performance in the analysis of biological and biochemical samples compared with the conventional, macroscale instruments. Synthetic biology is an emerging field of biology and has drawn much attraction due to its potential to create novel, functional biological parts and systems for special purposes. Since it is believed that the development of synthetic biology can be accelerated through the use of microfluidic technology, in this review work we focus our discussion on the latest microfluidic technologies that can provide unprecedented means in synthetic biology for dynamic profiling of gene expression/regulation with high resolution, highly sensitive on-chip and off-chip detection of metabolites, and whole-cell analysis.
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