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A method for measuring and modeling quantitative sequence-function relationships for possible applications in transcriptional misregulation, antibody optimization, and antigenic epitope development
Princeton University Invention # 10-2580 Researchers in the Physics and Molecular Biology Departments, Princeton University, have developed a method that uses a simple mutational assay and information theory to decipher the molecular mechanisms by which a biological sequence functions, either in vitro or in living cells. This technology was demonstrated...
Justin b. Kinney
An Easy and Efficient Method for Engineering Large Synthetic Constructs into the Chromosome
Princeton University Invention # 10-2603 Researchers in the Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University have developed an efficient, easy to use, two-step system for the site-directed insertion of large genetic constructs into arbitrary positions in the Escherichia coli chromosome. This system can also be used for the integration of...