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A programming language for the design of synthetic biological circuits

The design of gene regulatory networks-or genetic circuits-is often based on a manual, error-prone approach. The standard SBOL (Synthetic Biology Open Language) allows for the formalization of circuits in a data format that is specifically developed to this end. Here, we present ShortBOL, a tool to rapidly sketch synthetic biology designs in SBOL.


Original Paper:

Crowther, M., Grozinger, L., Pocock, M., Taylor, C.P.D., McLaughlin, J.A., Mısırlı, G., Bartley, B.A., Beal, J., Goñi-Moreno, A., Wipat, A. 2020. ShortBOL: A Language for Scripting Designs for Engineered Biological Systems Using Synthetic Biology Open Language (SBOL). ACS Synthetic Biology 9, 962–966. DOI: 10.1021/acssynbio.9b00470

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