Total synthesis of Escherichia coli with a recoded genome. Fredens, J.; Wang, K.; de la Torre, D.; Funke, L. F H; and Chin, J. W Nature, 569(7757):514–518, 2019.
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PDF $_{ Nature uses 64 codons to encode the synthesis of proteins from the genome, and chooses 1 sense codon–-out of up to 6 synonyms–-to encode each amino acid. Synonymous codon choice has diverse and important roles, and many synonymous substitutions are detrimental. Here we.}, location = {}, keywords = {}
@Article{Fredens2019,
author = {Fredens, Julius and Wang, Kaihang and de la Torre, Daniel and Funke, Louise F H and Chin, Jason W}, 
title = {Total synthesis of Escherichia coli with a recoded genome}, 
journal = {Nature}, 
volume = {569}, 
number = {7757}, 
pages = {514--518}, 
year = {2019}, 
abstract = {PDF $_{ Nature uses 64 codons to encode the synthesis of proteins from the genome, and chooses 1 sense codon---out of up to 6 synonyms---to encode each amino acid. Synonymous codon choice has diverse and important roles, and many synonymous substitutions are detrimental. Here we.}, 
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