259 Gene Regulation Engineering

Tuesday, November 18, 2014: 8:30 AM
204 (Hilton Atlanta)
The regulation of gene expression dictates virtually all cellular processes with broad applications in biotechnology, medicine and synthetic biology. Controlling these processes requires a detailed understanding of the underlying gene regulatory mechanisms as well as approaches to manipulate existing or engineered regulatory interactions. For this session, we invite high-quality presentations that improve our ability to understand, predict, and control all aspects of gene expression through the quantitative characterization of its many molecular interactions. In addition, presentations on the construction and application of gene regulatory systems will be considered. Potential topics include regulation of transcription, translation, RNA stability, RNA processing, and post-translational modification as well as work that combines multiple gene regulatory systems to generate engineered genetic networks. Presentations that address gene regulation in industrial and medically relevant organisms particularly are encouraged.


Yvonne Chen
Email: yvchen@ucla.edu

Howard Salis
Email: salis@psu.edu

8:30 AM
(259a) Synthetic Chromatin-Based Transcriptional Logic, Spatial Regulation, and Memory
Albert J Keung, Caleb J. Bashor, Szilvia Kiriakov, James J. Collins and Ahmad S. Khalil

9:06 AM
(259c) Partitioning of a Regulatory sRNA Between Two mRNA Targets
Samuel D. Stimple, Ashwin Lahiry and Richard A. Lease

9:24 AM
(259d) Engineering and Optimizing Small RNAs That Activate Transcription
Sarai I. Meyer, James Chappell, Melissa Takahashi and Julius B. Lucks

9:42 AM

9:48 AM
(259e) A Nutrient-Tunable Bistable Switch Controls Salmonella Flagellar Gene Expression
Santosh Koirala, Philip D. Aldridge and Christopher V. Rao

10:42 AM
(259h) Gas-Liquid Phase Transitions at a Subcellular Level Molecular Mechanisms By Single Molecule FRET
Younghoon Kim, Blake Wilhelmsen, Christian Eckmann, Clifford Brangwynne and Sua Myong
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