Systems and Synthetic Biology Research
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Proteome reallocation enables the selective de novo biosynthesis of non-linear, branched-chain acetate esters
Cong Trinh and his research team elucidate and control proteome reallocation in living cells to enable the selective de novo […]
Gene Coexpression Connectivity Predicts Gene Targets Underlying High Ionic-Liquid Tolerance in Yarrowia lipolytica
Cong Trinh and his research team developed the Gene Co-Expression Connectivity (GeCCo) method to predict gene targets underlying high ionic […]
Exploring Proteomes of Robust Yarrowia lipolytica Isolates Cultivated in Biomass Hydrolysate Reveals Key Processes Impacting Mixed Sugar Utilization, Lipid Accumulation, and Degradation
By analyzing the genetic diversity of undomesticated Y. lipolytica strains, coupled with detailed strain characterization and proteomic analysis, Associate Professor […]
Engineering promiscuity of chloramphenicol acetyltransferase for microbial designer ester biosynthesis
By discovering and simply twisting a single amino acid in alcohol acetyltransferases, Associate Professor Cong Trinh’s team presents an innovative […]
Exceptional Solvent Tolerance in Yarrowia lipolytica Is Enhanced by Sterols
Cong Trinh and his research team discovered exceptional solvent tolerance in Yarrowia lipolytica is enhanced by sterols. This finding enables […]
Cong Trinh Takes Aim at Diseases
Ferguson Fellow and Associate Professor Cong Trinh is developing a method to improve the time involved in both identification and removal of pathogens through the concept of a Virulent Pathogen Resistance program, or ViPaRe.
Faculty Feature: Steven Abel
Associate Professor Steven Abel’s research group uses theoretical and computational methods to understand how biological cells interact with their environment.