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Researchers engineer a protease-mediated post-translational path faster than gene switches for processes that need to happen quickly, such as insulin release.
Post-Translational Control: The Next Step in Synthetic Circuits
Researchers engineer a protease-mediated post-translational path faster than gene switches for processes that need to happen quickly, such as insulin release.
Post-Translational Control: The Next Step in Synthetic Circuits
Post-Translational Control: The Next Step in Synthetic Circuits

Researchers engineer a protease-mediated post-translational path faster than gene switches for processes that need to happen quickly, such as insulin release.

Researchers engineer a protease-mediated post-translational path faster than gene switches for processes that need to happen quickly, such as insulin release.

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