Towards a Behavioral-Matching Based Compilation of Synthetic Biology Functions

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Abstract

The field of synthetic biology is looking forward engineering framework for safely designing reliable de-novo biological functions. In this undertaking, Computer-Aided-Design (CAD) environments should play a central role for facilitating the design. Although, CAD environment is widely used to engineer artificial systems the application in synthetic biology is still in its infancy. In this article we address the problem of the design of a high level language which at the core of CAD environment. More specifically the Gubs (Genomic Unified Behavioural Specification) language is a specification language used to describe the observations of the expected behaviour. The compiler appropriately selects components such that the observation of the synthetic biological function resulting to their assembly complies to the programmed behaviour.

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Basso-Blandin, A., & Delaplace, F. (2015). Towards a Behavioral-Matching Based Compilation of Synthetic Biology Functions. Acta Biotheoretica, 63(3), 325–339. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10441-015-9265-9

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