149 Next Generation Synthesis and Sequencing Approaches for Systems and Synthetic Biology

Monday, November 17, 2014: 12:30 PM
214 (Hilton Atlanta)
Next-generation DNA sequencing and DNA synthesis are twin technologies that enable the rapid reading of our genetic code, and the didactic design of new ones. The applications of these technologies have greatly impacted systems and synthetic biology, and our ability to both understand the natural behavior of organisms and engineer them for practical applications. We invite both computational and experimental studies that utilize next-generation sequencing and/or synthesis to better understand or engineer organisms.

Systems Biology
Food, Pharmaceutical & Bioengineering Division (15)

Howard Salis
Email: salis@psu.edu

12:30 PM
(149a) In-Cell RNA Structure Probing with Shape-Seq
Kyle E. Watters, Timothy Abbott and Julius B. Lucks

1:24 PM
(149d) Going Deep with Biomolecular Engineering and Design
Tim Whitehead, Caitlin A. Kowalsky, Justin R. Klesmith, Mathew S. Bienick and Matthew Faber

1:42 PM
(149e) Rnaseq Reveals Substrate-Specific Lignocellulosic Degradation Responses in Anaerobic Gut Fungi
Kevin Solomon, John K. Henske, Charles Haitjema, Diego Borges-Rivera, Dawn Thompson, Aviv Regev and Michelle A. O'Malley

2:00 PM
(149f) Integrated Transcriptome and Proteome Analysis in Clostridial Stress Response Model Unveils the Complexity behind the Genetic Program and Post-Transcriptional Gene Regulation
Keerthi P. Venkataramanan, Qinghua Wang, Li-e Min, Matthew Ralston, Kelvin H. Lee, Cathy H. Wu, Hongzhan Huang and Eleftherios T. Papoutsakis

2:36 PM
(149h) Assembly and Validation of Versatile Transcription Activator-like Effector Libraries
Yi Li, Kristina Ehrhardt, Michael Q. Zhang and Leonidas Bleris
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