Uriel Urquiza talk at SEED2019, NYC: “Absolute Quantification of Clock Proteins Reveals a Quantitative Engineering Path for Tuning the Arabidopsis Circadian Oscillator and Output Pathways”

  • Jose Urquiza Garcia (Speaker)
  • Nacho Molina (Member)
  • Millar, A. (Supervisor)

Activity: Academic talk or presentation typesOral presentation

Description

(abstract #552973) entitled “Absolute Quantification of Clock Proteins Reveals a Quantitative Engineering Path for Tuning the Arabidopsis Circadian Oscillator and Output Pathways” has been accepted for a 20 minute talk (this includes questions) during the session: Advances in Mammalian and Plant Synthetic Biology at SEED 2019 in New York, NY, June 23-27, 2019.
PeriodJun 2019
Event titleSynthetic Biology, Engineering, Evolution and Design (SEED) 2019: Advances in Mammalian and Plant Synthetic Biology
Event typeConference
LocationNew York, United States, New York
Degree of RecognitionInternational

Keywords

  • systems biology
  • synthetic biology
  • circadian rhythms
  • mathematical modelling