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* Ihre Aktion  Suchen Riboswitches as targets and tools
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Waltham, Mass. [u.a.] : Elsevier, Academic Press, 2015
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Online-Ressource (PDF-Dateien: XIX, 423 S.)
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978-0-12-801123-2
978-0-12-801336-6 : 255.6 (UA)
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Front Cover; Riboswitches as Targets and Tools; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Volume 1; Volume 2; Chapter 1: Design of Transcription Regulating Riboswitches; 1. Introduction; 2. Computational Design of RNA Structures; 2.1. The inverse folding problem; 2.2. Designing multi-stable RNAs; 2.3. Modeling external triggers; 2.4. Current limitation of design software; 3. Experimental Evaluation of Designed RNA Structures; 3.1. Considerations on candidate selection and cloning procedures; 3.2. Further characterization and current limitations; 4. Concluding Remarks; References
Chapter 2: Ligand-Dependent Exponential Amplification of Self-Replicating RNA Enzymes1. Introduction; 2. Exponential Amplification of RNA Enzymes; 2.1. Materials; 2.2. Procedure for RNA self-replication; 3. Ligand-Dependent Exponential Amplification; 3.1. Procedure for quantitative ligand detection; 3.2. Multiplexed ligand detection; 3.3. Coupling ligand recognition to ligand-independent amplification; 3.4. Procedure for coupled amplification; 4. Nuclease-Resistant Autocatalytic Aptazymes; 5. Real-Time Fluorescence Assays; 6. Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References
Chapter 3: Design of Modular ``Plug-and-Play Expression Platforms Derived from Natural Riboswitches for Engineering Nov...1. Introduction; 2. Design of Riboswitch Modules; 2.1. Design strategy; 2.2. Design optimization; 3. Analysis of Riboswitch Activity Using an In Vitro Single-Turnover Transcription Assay; 3.1. Template construction; 3.1.1. Overlapping extension PCR; 3.1.2. Purification of the template; 3.2. Single-turnover in vitro transcription assay; 4. Cell-Based GFP Reporter Assay; 4.1. Reporter design; 4.2. Protocol; 4.3. Other considerations using in vivo reporters
5. Concluding RemarksAcknowledgment; References; Chapter 4: Integrating and Amplifying Signal from Riboswitch Biosensors; 1. Introduction; 1.1. Biological circuits; 2. Riboswitch Signal Integration; 2.1. Design; 2.1.1. AND gate; 2.1.2. Selection of riboswitches; 2.1.3. Using plasmid backbones available from the Registry of Standard Biological Parts; 2.2. Build; 2.2.1. Materials for construction of a riboswitch-based AND logic gate; 2.2.2. Methods to construct pANDrs; 2.3. Test; 3. Riboswitch Signal Amplification Using Biological Circuitry; 3.1. Design; 3.2. Build
3.2.1. Materials for the construction of an amplification circuit3.2.2. Methods to construct an amplification circuit, pAMPv1; 3.2.2.1. PLas_RBS34(strong)_GFPa1_Terminator_Weak RBS_LasI +/-degradation tag; 3.3. Test; 3.4. Redesign and build; 3.4.1. Methods to construct amplification circuit version 2; 3.4.1.1. pAMPv2.1: PLas_RBS 34 (strong)_GFPa1_Terminator_RBS 33 (very weak)_RhlILVA; 3.4.1.2. pAMPv2.2: PRhl_RBS 34 (strong)_GFPa1_Terminator_RBS 33 (very weak)_LasILVA; 3.5. Test; 3.5.1. Fluorescence activation; 3.5.2. Signal progression; Acknowledgments; References
Chapter 5: Simple Identification of Two Causes of Noise in an Aptazyme System by Monitoring Cell-Free Transcription
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