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Building a global alliance of biofoundries

Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723

Volume 10, 1, 2019

DOI:10.1038/s41467-019-10079-2, Dimensions: pub.1113995934, PMC: PMC6506534, PMID: 31068573,

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  1. (1) DOE Agile BioFoundry, 94608, Emeryville, CA, USA
  2. (2) University of Liverpool, grid.10025.36
  3. (3) University of Manchester, grid.5379.8
  4. (4) Earlham Institute, Norwich Research Park, NR4 7UZ, Norfolk, UK
  5. (5) National University of Singapore, grid.4280.e
  6. (6) Macquarie University, grid.1004.5
  7. (7) London DNA Foundry, Imperial College Translation & Innovation Hub, White City Campus, 80 Wood Lane, W12 0BZ, London, UK
  8. (8) Engineering Biology Research Consortium (EBRC), 94608, Emeryville, CA, USA
  9. (9) Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, grid.458489.c
  10. (10) Concordia University, grid.410319.e
  11. (11) Technical University of Denmark, grid.5170.3, DTU
  12. (12) Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, grid.1016.6
  13. (13) University of Queensland, grid.1003.2
  14. (14) BioBricks Foundation, grid.487833.3
  15. (15) Kobe University, grid.31432.37
  16. (16) University of Edinburgh, grid.4305.2
  17. (17) Boston University, grid.189504.1
  18. (18) Tianjin University, grid.33763.32
  19. (19) University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, grid.35403.31

Description

Biofoundries provide an integrated infrastructure to enable the rapid design, construction, and testing of genetically reprogrammed organisms for biotechnology applications and research. Many biofoundries are being built and a Global Biofoundry Alliance has recently been established to coordinate activities worldwide.

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