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Biotechnological domestication of pseudomonads using synthetic biology

Authors: Pablo I. Nikel, Esteban Martinez-Garcia, Victor de Lorenzo

Date: April 16, 2014

Published:  Nature Reviews Microbiology

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Summarized from abstract: Discusses contemporary synthetic biology research using bacterial chassis and the importance of using the appropriate chassis for the end-task, despite difficulties at the early research stages. Pseudomonas is a robust organism which should be considered and used more frequently because of its inherent traits.

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