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22-Jun-2016The Geobacillus plasmid set: a modular toolkit for thermophile engineeringReeve, B; Martinez Klimova, E; De Jonghe, J; Leak, DJ; Ellis, T, et al
31-May-2016Engineering control of bacterial cellulose production using a genetic toolkit and a new cellulose-producing strainFlorea, M; Hagemann, H; Santosa, G; Abbott, J; Micklem, CN, et al
20-Aug-2017Burden-driven feedback control of gene expressionCeroni, F; Furini, S; Gorochowski, T; Boo, A; Borkowski, O, et al
4-May-2017Biosynthesis of the antibiotic nonribosomal peptide penicillin in baker's yeastAwan, AR; Blount, BA; Bell, DJ; Shaw, WM; Ho, JCH, et al
24-Mar-2016Genome sequence and plasmid transformation of the model high-yield bacterial cellulose producer Gluconacetobacter hansenii ATCC 53582.Florea, M; Reeve, B; Abbott, J; Freemont, PS; Ellis, T, et al
1-Jan-2019Design of RNA hairpin modules that predictably tune translation in yeastWeenink, T; Van der Hilst, J; McKiernan, R; Ellis, T; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC), et al
18-Jan-2019Biological engineered living materials - growing functional materials with genetically-programmable propertiesGilbert, C; Ellis, T; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC); Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC)
1-Mar-2014The spinach RNA aptamer as a characterization tool for synthetic biologyPothoulakis, G; Ceroni, F; Reeve, B; Ellis, T; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (E, et al
1-Apr-2019Host-aware synthetic biologyBoo, A; Ellis, T; Stan, G; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC); Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC)
2-Aug-2016Overloaded and stressed: whole-cell considerations for bacterial synthetic biology.Borkowski, O; Ceroni, F; Stan, GB; Ellis, T; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC), et al