CRISPR used to develop first biosynthetic dual-core cell computer.
In biology, cells sense and process many environmental inputs. These inputs are then processed to produce outputs, such as development, differentiation, or immune responses modulated via the regulation of specific gene switches by intrinsically programmed gene circuits. Controlling gene expression through gene switches in synthetic biology historically uses logic gates to process input signals. However, these circuits, usually built with the help of protein gene … Continue reading CRISPR used to develop first biosynthetic dual-core cell computer.