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Synthetic Biology Literature MindMap (Master Node) by Mind Map: Synthetic Biology Literature MindMap (Master Node)
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Synthetic Biology Literature MindMap (Master Node)

Welcome to the master node of this literature mind map. This map was created as a first source to visit for anyone interested in synthetic biology.

Full article analysis by year

13 articles, whose nodes contain an image of the abstract, were chosen based on Google Scholar and PubMed search. Each article contains the phrase "synthetic biology" in the title. This node contains all the references cited in the thirteen articles and ordered by year of publication.

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Consolidated author analysis (multi-cited papers by year)

  13 articles, whose nodes contain an image of the abstract, were chosen based on Google Scholar and PubMed search. Each article contains the phrase "synthetic biology" in the title. This node contains all references cited more than once in the 13 chosen articles. These papers form the basis of discovering the most important papers published on this subject that may not contain specific phrases or key words but still contain highly relevant material. Numbers represent how many times that paper has been cited by the 13 chosen papers  

Miller 2009

Lee K 2008

Anderson 2007

Pleiss 2006

Endy 2005

Isaacs 2004

Martin 2003

Cello 2002

Martin 2001

Elowitz 2000

Nair 1999

Jensen 1998

Gallegos 1997

Fraenkel 1996

Mermelstein 1993

Keasling 1992

Bailey1991

Benner 1988

Ingram 1987

Synthetic Biology Leaders (pictures)

This node offers a face for the works cited most often. Some of these researchers are leaders in the field of synthetic biology and some have taken positions at companies. Nonetheless, the papers cited have contributed to our understanding of synthetic biology. Many pictures are still missing, so if you know these people please add a picture to the correct node.

Martin 2003

Lee K 2006

Ro 2006

Endy 2005

Keasling 2008

Atsumi 2008

Benner 2005

Andrianantoandro 2006

Pfleger 2006

Elowitz 2000

Anderson 2007

Tang 2007

Drubin 2007

Withers 2007

Park 2007

Bailey1991

Jensen 1998

Farmer 2000

Cello 2002

Khosla 2003

Ball 2004

Gonzalez 2003

Isaacs 2004

McDaniel 2005

Kodumal 2004

Dwyer 2004

Chan 2005

Pleiss 2006

Miller 2009

Yomano 1998

Picataggio 2009

Fortman 2008

Jantama 2008

Mukhopadhyay 2008

Gibson 2008

Conner 2008

Prather 2008

Hanai 2007

Sharma 2007

Win 2007

Brenner 2007

Marquet 2007

Serrano 2007

Forster 2007

Alper 2007

Tyo 2007

Lartigue 2007

Kim 2007

Newman 2006

Guido 2006

Luisi 2006

Chen 2005

Basu 2005

Levskaya 2005

You 2004

Butler 2004

Kobayashi 2004

Elbeik 2004

Bro 2004

Ferber 2004

Tian 2004

Burgard 2003

Smith 2003

Roca 2003

Mangan 2003

Howard 2003

Zhou 2003

Stojanovic 2003

Ibarra 2002

Yokobayashi 2002

Edwards 2001

Khlebnikov 2001

Zaldivar 2001

Gardner 2000

Oh 2000

Datsenko 2000

Becskei 2000

Nair 1999

Ingram 1998

Stephanopoulos 1998

Gallegos 1997

Fraenkel 1996

Mermelstein 1993

Ohta 1991

Kornmann 2009

Dellomonaco 2010

Jarboe 2010

Ron Weiss

James Collins

Internet Links

Institute for Systems Biology

J. Craig Ventor Institute

Synthetic Genomics

Bio-Fiction: Synthetic Biology

Synthetic Biology Organization

ETH Synthetic Biology Workgroup

MIT Videos

SynBERC

BioBuilder

Ars Synthetica

Symplectic Biology

Registry of Biological Parts

Synthetic Biology Info

SynBiology

Synthetic Biology Project

BioBricks Foundation

PearlTrees Collaboration

Leukippos Institute