Auxotrophy to Xeno-DNA: an exploration of combinatorial mechanisms for a high-fidelity biosafety system for synthetic biology applications

Whitford CM, Dymek S, Kerkhoff D, März C, Schmidt O, Edich M, Droste J, Pucker B, Rückert C, Kalinowski J (2018)
Journal of Biological Engineering 12: 13.

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Whitford CM, Dymek S, Kerkhoff D, et al. Auxotrophy to Xeno-DNA: an exploration of combinatorial mechanisms for a high-fidelity biosafety system for synthetic biology applications. Journal of Biological Engineering. 2018;12: 13.
Whitford, C. M., Dymek, S., Kerkhoff, D., März, C., Schmidt, O., Edich, M., Droste, J., et al. (2018). Auxotrophy to Xeno-DNA: an exploration of combinatorial mechanisms for a high-fidelity biosafety system for synthetic biology applications. Journal of Biological Engineering, 12, 13. doi:10.1186/s13036-018-0105-8
Whitford, C. M., Dymek, S., Kerkhoff, D., März, C., Schmidt, O., Edich, M., Droste, J., Pucker, B., Rückert, C., and Kalinowski, J. (2018). Auxotrophy to Xeno-DNA: an exploration of combinatorial mechanisms for a high-fidelity biosafety system for synthetic biology applications. Journal of Biological Engineering 12:13.
Whitford, C.M., et al., 2018. Auxotrophy to Xeno-DNA: an exploration of combinatorial mechanisms for a high-fidelity biosafety system for synthetic biology applications. Journal of Biological Engineering, 12: 13.
C.M. Whitford, et al., “Auxotrophy to Xeno-DNA: an exploration of combinatorial mechanisms for a high-fidelity biosafety system for synthetic biology applications”, Journal of Biological Engineering, vol. 12, 2018, : 13.
Whitford, C.M., Dymek, S., Kerkhoff, D., März, C., Schmidt, O., Edich, M., Droste, J., Pucker, B., Rückert, C., Kalinowski, J.: Auxotrophy to Xeno-DNA: an exploration of combinatorial mechanisms for a high-fidelity biosafety system for synthetic biology applications. Journal of Biological Engineering. 12, : 13 (2018).
Whitford, Christopher M., Dymek, Saskia, Kerkhoff, Denise, März, Camilla, Schmidt, Olga, Edich, Maximilian, Droste, Julian, Pucker, Boas, Rückert, Christian, and Kalinowski, Jörn. “Auxotrophy to Xeno-DNA: an exploration of combinatorial mechanisms for a high-fidelity biosafety system for synthetic biology applications”. Journal of Biological Engineering 12 (2018): 13.
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