Dr. Joshua N. Leonard’s group publishes (12/12/16) the paper titled “
Rewiring Human Cellular Input-Output Using Modular Extracellular Sensors.” in Nature Chemical Biology. The paper provides details of the first synthetic biology technology enabling researchers to rewire how mammalian cells sense and respond to a broad class of physiologically relevant cues. Kelly A. Schwarz, a graduate student in Leonard’s research group, is the study’s first author.

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