SynBioHub is a design repository for people designing biological constructs. It enables DNA and protein designs to be uploaded, then provides a shareable link to allow others to view them. SynBioHub also facilitates searching for information about existing useful parts and designs by combining data from a variety of sources.
The SEVA database (SEVA-DB) is a resource for implementation of a standard for physical assembly of vector plasmids and for their non-ambiguous nomenclature as well as the index for a repository of functional sequences and actual constructs available to the community. This resource, SEVAhub, is an instance of the SynBioHub design repository providing access to SEVA-DB converted to the Synthetic Biology Open Language (SBOL).
The software DiSCUS (Discrete Simulation of Conjugation Using Springs) is designed to simulate bacterial growth and communication through horizontal gene transfer (conjugation). The software (v1 – released 2012) can be downloaded from here. DiSCUS paper, which explains parameters and dynamics can be found here.
A tool to transform an ensamble of flow cytometry data experiment in a scattering dependent and non-dependent part.
Design of electroactive bacteria by coupling genetic networks to redox environments. 5th European Meeting of the International Society for Microbial Electrochemistry and Technology (ISMET) 13th – 15th September 2021