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1. H. Steel, A. Sootla, B. Smart, N. Delalez, and A. Papachristodoulou, ''Improving Orthogonality in Two-Component Biological Signalling Systems using Feedback Control'', IEEE Control Systems Letters, 2018
 
1. H. Steel, A. Sootla, B. Smart, N. Delalez, and A. Papachristodoulou, ''Improving Orthogonality in Two-Component Biological Signalling Systems using Feedback Control'', IEEE Control Systems Letters, 2018
  
==Relevant Papers==
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H. Steel and A. Papachristodoulou, ''Probing Inter-Cell Variability using Bulk Measurements'', ACS Synthetic Biology '''7''', 2018
 
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1. H. Steel, A. Sootla, B. Smart, N. Delalez, and A. Papachristodoulou, \textit{Improving Orthogonality in Two-Component Biological Signalling Systems using Feedback Control}, IEEE Control Systems Letters, 2018
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Revision as of 08:59, 15 October 2018

Synthetic Biology

Synthetic biology is a rapidly expanding field at the interface of the engineering and biological sciences which aims to apply rational design principles in biological contexts. Synthetic biological systems can be designed to tackle real-world problems ranging from environmental cleanup to chemical synthesis, and from medical sensing to decision making and computation. Architectures similar to those traditionally used in control engineering have been found to govern a range of regulatory processes in natural systems. In our group we develop synthetic control systems that can be employed to make engineered biological systems more robust.

Relevant Papers

1. H. Steel, A. Sootla, B. Smart, N. Delalez, and A. Papachristodoulou, Improving Orthogonality in Two-Component Biological Signalling Systems using Feedback Control, IEEE Control Systems Letters, 2018

H. Steel and A. Papachristodoulou, Probing Inter-Cell Variability using Bulk Measurements, ACS Synthetic Biology 7, 2018