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Development of a microfluidic device for high-throughput analysis of genetic circuits in plant protoplasts.

This project aims to develop a high-throughput screen for the analysis of promoter sequences driving expression of a reporter gene in plant protoplasts. We envisage this device to be applicable to a range of plant species and cell types, and by coupling it to libraries of regulatory elements identified by DNase-Seq, it will rapidly increase the rate of identifying promoters for biotechnological applications.

Development of a microfluidic device for high-throughput analysis of genetic circuits in plant protoplasts. - Read More…

Development of a microfluidic device for high-throughput analysis of genetic circuits in plant protoplasts, full application.

This project aims to develop a high-throughput screen for the analysis of promoter sequences driving expression of a reporter gene in plant protoplasts. We envisage this device to be applicable to a range of plant species and cell types, and by coupling it to libraries of regulatory elements identified by DNase-Seq, it will rapidly increase the rate of identifying promoters for biotechnological applications.

Development of a microfluidic device for high-throughput analysis of genetic circuits in plant protoplasts, full application. - Read More…

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