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A BioBrick is a standardized biological part made out of DNA that perform a simple biological function and can be incorporated into larger biological systems found within cells.

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BioBrick

A BioBrick is a standardized biological partspart made out of DNA that perform a simple biological function and can be incorporated into larger biological systems found within cells.

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Reshma Shetty, Drew Endy, Thomas Knight

Engineering BioBrick vectors from BioBrick parts​

https://jbioleng.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1754-1611-2-5​https://jbioleng.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1754-1611-2-5​

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Thomas Knight

​Idempotent Vector Design for Standard Assembly of Biobricks

http://www.dtic.mil/docs/citations/ADA457791​http://www.dtic.mil/docs/citations/ADA457791​

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Ira Phillips, Pamela Silver

A New Biobrick Assembly Strategy Designed for Facile Protein Engineering

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J Christopher Anderson, John E Dueber, Mariana Leguia, Gabriel C Wu, Jonathan A Goler, Adam P Arkin, Jay D Keasling

BglBricks: A flexible standard for biological part assembly

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Jason R Kelly, Adam J Rubin, Joseph H Davis, Caroline M Ajo-Franklin, John Cumbers, Michael J Czar, Kim de Mora, Aaron L Glieberman, Dileep D Monie, Drew Endy

Measuring the activity of BioBrick promoters using an in vivo reference standard

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Reshma Shetty, Drew Endy, Thomas Knight

Engineering BioBrick vectors from BioBrick parts​

https://jbioleng.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1754-1611-2-5​

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Sean Sleight, Bryan Bartley, Jane Lieviant, Herbert Sauro

In-Fusion BioBrick assembly and re-engineering | Nucleic Acids Research | Oxford Academic

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Thomas Knight

​Idempotent Vector Design for Standard Assembly of Biobricks

http://www.dtic.mil/docs/citations/ADA457791​

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Thomas Knight

CiteULike: Idempotent Vector Design for Standard Assembly of Biobricks

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Ira Phillips, Pamela Silver

A New Biobrick Assembly Strategy Designed for Facile Protein Engineering

J Christopher Anderson, John E Dueber, Mariana Leguia, Gabriel C Wu, Jonathan A Goler, Adam P Arkin, Jay D Keasling

BglBricks: A flexible standard for biological part assembly

Jason R Kelly, Adam J Rubin, Joseph H Davis, Caroline M Ajo-Franklin, John Cumbers, Michael J Czar, Kim de Mora, Aaron L Glieberman, Dileep D Monie, Drew Endy

Measuring the activity of BioBrick promoters using an in vivo reference standard

Reshma Shetty, Drew Endy, Thomas Knight

Engineering BioBrick vectors from BioBrick parts​

https://jbioleng.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1754-1611-2-5​

Sean Sleight, Bryan Bartley, Jane Lieviant, Herbert Sauro

In-Fusion BioBrick assembly and re-engineering | Nucleic Acids Research | Oxford Academic

Thomas Knight

​Idempotent Vector Design for Standard Assembly of Biobricks

http://www.dtic.mil/docs/citations/ADA457791​

Thomas Knight

CiteULike: Idempotent Vector Design for Standard Assembly of Biobricks

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Ira Phillips, Pamela Silver

A New Biobrick Assembly Strategy Designed for Facile Protein Engineering

Academic Paper

J Christopher Anderson, John E Dueber, Mariana Leguia, Gabriel C Wu, Jonathan A Goler, Adam P Arkin, Jay D Keasling

BglBricks: A flexible standard for biological part assembly

Academic Paper

Jason R Kelly, Adam J Rubin, Joseph H Davis, Caroline M Ajo-Franklin, John Cumbers, Michael J Czar, Kim de Mora, Aaron L Glieberman, Dileep D Monie, Drew Endy

Measuring the activity of BioBrick promoters using an in vivo reference standard

Academic Paper

Reshma Shetty, Drew Endy, Thomas Knight

Engineering BioBrick vectors from BioBrick parts​

https://jbioleng.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1754-1611-2-5​

Academic Paper

Sean Sleight, Bryan Bartley, Jane Lieviant, Herbert Sauro

In-Fusion BioBrick assembly and re-engineering | Nucleic Acids Research | Oxford Academic

Academic Paper

Thomas Knight

​Idempotent Vector Design for Standard Assembly of Biobricks

http://www.dtic.mil/docs/citations/ADA457791​

Academic Paper

Thomas Knight

CiteULike: Idempotent Vector Design for Standard Assembly of Biobricks

Academic Paper

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A BioBrick is a standardized biological parts made out of DNA that perform a simple biological function and can be incorporated into larger biological systemsbiological systems found within cells. ​BioBricks help to advance the field of synthetic biology by enabling easy access to DNA sequences with a known, and standard function, that cam be included into the design of new biological systems for wide variety of applications such as: energy production, materials, therapeutics, and environmental remediation.

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Tomas Knight introduced BioBricks at MIT in 2003, and described them as standard biological parts for engineering new biological systems in 2003, and described them as standard biological parts for engineering new biological systems. Thomas Knights goal with BioBricks was to replace ad hoc methods of experimental design with a standard, and reliable, set of engineering mechanisms that would allow for for the assembly of simple genetic components into lager genetic systems. Since 2003 many people all over the world have been growing the BioBricks library of standard biological parts, and in 2006 a not-for-profit company was started help organize and accelerate the development of the BioBrick standard library called the BioBricks Foundation.

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Tomas Knight introduced BioBricks at MIT in 2003, and described them as standard biological parts for engineering new biological systems in 2003, and described them as standard biological parts for engineering new biological systems. Thomas Knights goal with BioBricks was to replace ad hoc methods of experimental design with a standard, and reliable, set of engineering mechanisms that would allow for for the assembly of simple genetic components into lager genetic systems. Since 2003 many people all over the world have been growing the BioBricks library of standard biological parts, and in 2006 a not-for-profit company was started help organize and accelerate the development of the BioBrick standard library called the BioBricks Foundation.

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A BioBrick is a standardized biological parts made out of DNADNA that perform a simple biological function and can be incorporated into larger biological systems found within cells. ​BioBricks help to advance the field of synthetic biology by enabling easy access to DNA sequences with a known, and standard function, that cam be included into the design of new biological systems for wide variety of applications such as: energy production, materials, therapeutics, and environmental remediation.

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igem

Help:An Introduction to BioBricks - parts.igem.org

Lieke Van Den Berk

BioBricks: Lego for Scientists! - Bitesize Bio

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BioBrick Standard Assembly

February 3, 2014

Directional Cloning and BioBricks

March 13, 2017

Protocol 3: BioBrick 3A Assembly

August 4, 2015

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The BioBrick assembly standard is designed to allow the transformation of biological components into new biological systems using one standard transformation process that does not change, and leaves the important structural elements of the component intact. By using this standard, when a BioBrick component is successfully created it can be used indefinitely in the construction of future genetic assemblies.

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The BioBrick assembly standard is designed to allow the transformation of biological components into new biological systems using one standard transformation process that does not change, and leaves the important structural elements of the component intact. By using this standard, when a BioBrick component is successfully created it can be used indefinitely in the construction of future genetic assemblies.

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BioBrick

A BioBrick is a standardized biological parts made out of DNA that perform a simple biological function and can be incorporated into larger biological systems found within cells.

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A BioBrick is a standardized biological parts made out of DNA that perform a simple biological function and can be incorporated into larger biological systems found within cells. ​BioBricks help to advance the field of synthetic biology by enabling easy access to DNA sequences with a known, and standard function, that cam be included into the design of new biological systems for wide variety of applications such as: energy production, materials, therapeutics, and environmental remediation.

Tomas Knight introduced BioBricks at MIT in 2003, and described them as standard biological parts for engineering new biological systems. Thomas Knights goal with BioBricks was to replace ad hoc methods of experimental design with a standard, and reliable, set of engineering mechanisms that would allow for for the assembly of simple genetic components into lager genetic systems. Since 2003 many people all over the world have been growing the BioBricks library of standard biological parts, and in 2006 a not-for-profit company was started help organize and accelerate the development of the BioBrick standard library called the BioBricks Foundation.

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Ira Phillips, Pamela Silver

A New Biobrick Assembly Strategy Designed for Facile Protein Engineering

J Christopher Anderson, John E Dueber, Mariana Leguia, Gabriel C Wu, Jonathan A Goler, Adam P Arkin, Jay D Keasling

BglBricks: A flexible standard for biological part assembly

Jason R Kelly, Adam J Rubin, Joseph H Davis, Caroline M Ajo-Franklin, John Cumbers, Michael J Czar, Kim de Mora, Aaron L Glieberman, Dileep D Monie, Drew Endy

Measuring the activity of BioBrick promoters using an in vivo reference standard

Reshma Shetty, Drew Endy, Thomas Knight

Engineering BioBrick vectors from BioBrick parts​

https://jbioleng.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1754-1611-2-5​

Sean Sleight, Bryan Bartley, Jane Lieviant, Herbert Sauro

In-Fusion BioBrick assembly and re-engineering | Nucleic Acids Research | Oxford Academic

Thomas Knight

​Idempotent Vector Design for Standard Assembly of Biobricks

http://www.dtic.mil/docs/citations/ADA457791​

Thomas Knight

CiteULike: Idempotent Vector Design for Standard Assembly of Biobricks

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A BioBrick is a standardized biological part made out of DNA that perform a simple biological function and can be incorporated into larger biological systems found within cells.

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