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Reliable IP-free system for inter-chassis transfer of the high molecular weight DNA

This project aims to develop an IP-free system for transfer of the high molecular weight DNA from E. coli to M. polymorpha. This includes development of the plant-specific iBACs for the reliable transfer and integration of the high molecular weight DNA into the M. polymorpha genome. Alternative methods for interchassis DNA transfer, such as integrative and conjugative elements (ICEs) will be also explored.

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Reliable IP-free system for inter-chassis transfer of the high molecular weight DNA, full application.

This project aims to develop an IP-free system for transfer of the high molecular weight DNA from E. coli to M. polymorpha. This includes development of the plant-specific iBACs for the reliable transfer and integration of the high molecular weight DNA into the M. polymorpha genome. Alternative methods for interchassis DNA transfer, such as integrative and conjugative elements (ICEs) will be also explored.

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Reliable IP-free system for inter-chassis transfer of the high molecular weight DNA project progress

This project led to a number of educational resources and useful DNA parts for the transfer the high molecular weight DNA between synthetic biology chassis - contributing to overcoming a major bottleneck of rational genome engineering.

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