Hana El-Samad Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco
1 protocol

Jason Town Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco
1 protocol

Joao Fonseca El-Samad Lab, UCSF, US, 2013-2020
1 protocol

Alain R. Bonny
  • Graduate Student, Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of California, San Francisco, 2013-2020
Research focus
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  • 1 Author merit

Education

PhD, University of California, San Francisco, United States, 2020

Publications

• Fonseca, J. P., Bonny, A. R., Kumar, G. R., Ng, A. H., Town, J., Wu, Q. C., Aslankoohi, E., Chen, S. Y., Dods, G., Harrigan, P., Osimiri, L. C., Kistler, A. L. and El-Samad, H. (2019). A Toolkit for Rapid Modular Construction of Biological Circuits in Mammalian Cells. ACS Synthetic Biology 8(11): 2593-2606.
• Mavor, D., Barlow, K. A., Thompson, S., Barad, B. A., Bonny, A. R., Cario, C. L., Gaskins, G., Liu, Z., Deming, L., Axen, S. D., Caceres, E., Chen, W., Cuesta, A., Gate, R., Green, E. M., Hulce, K. R., Ji, W., Kenner, L. R., Mensa, B., Morinishi, L. S., Moss, S. M., Mravic, M., Muir, R. K., Niekamp, S., Nnadi, C. I., Palovcak, E., Poss, E. M., Ross, T. D., Salcedo, E., See, S., Subramaniam, M., Wong, A. W., Li, J., Thorn, K. S., Conchúir, S. Ó., Roscoe, B. P., Chow, E. D., DeRisi, J. L., Kortemme, T., Bolon, D. N. and Fraser, J. S. (2015). Determination of Ubiquitin Fitness Landscapes Under Different Chemical Stresses in a Classroom Setting. bioRxiv: 025452.
• Lawrence, C., Bonny, A. and Showalter, S. (2011). The disordered C-terminus of the RNA Polymerase II phosphatase FCP1 is partially helical in the unbound state. Biochemical and biophysical research communications 410: 461-465.
1 Protocol published
Assembly of Genetic Circuits with the Mammalian ToolKit
Authors:  João P. Fonseca, Alain R Bonny, Jason Town and Hana El-Samad, date: 03/05/2020, view: 1190, Q&A: 0
The ability to rapidly assemble and prototype cellular circuits is vital for biological research and its applications in biotechnology and medicine. The Mammalian ToolKit (MTK) is a Golden Gate-based cloning toolkit for fast, reproducible and ...
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