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Geoff S. Baldwin
Geoff S. Baldwin
Professor of Synthetic & Molecular Biology, Imperial College London
Verified email at imperial.ac.uk
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DNA assembly for synthetic biology: from parts to pathways and beyond
T Ellis, T Adie, GS Baldwin
Integrative Biology 3 (2), 109-118, 2011
3752011
DNA tunneling detector embedded in a nanopore
AP Ivanov, E Instuli, CM McGilvery, G Baldwin, DW McComb, T Albrecht, ...
Nano letters 11 (1), 279-285, 2011
3482011
Bricks and blueprints: methods and standards for DNA assembly
A Casini, M Storch, GS Baldwin, T Ellis
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 16 (9), 568-576, 2015
2862015
Divalent metal ions at the active sites of the EcoRV and EcoRI restriction endonucleases
IB Vipond, GS Baldwin, SE Halford
Biochemistry 34 (2), 697-704, 1995
1941995
Specific DNA recognition mediated by a type IV pilin
A Cehovin, PJ Simpson, MA McDowell, DR Brown, R Noschese, M Pallett, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (8), 3065-3070, 2013
1932013
Robust estimation of bacterial cell count from optical density
J Beal, NG Farny, T Haddock-Angelli, V Selvarajah, GS Baldwin, ...
Communications biology 3 (1), 512, 2020
1422020
One-pot DNA construction for synthetic biology: the Modular Overlap-Directed Assembly with Linkers (MODAL) strategy
A Casini, JT MacDonald, JD Jonghe, G Christodoulou, PS Freemont, ...
Nucleic acids research 42 (1), e7-e7, 2014
1192014
BASIC: a new biopart assembly standard for idempotent cloning provides accurate, single-tier DNA assembly for synthetic biology
M Storch, A Casini, B Mackrow, T Fleming, H Trewhitt, T Ellis, GS Baldwin
ACS synthetic biology 4 (7), 781-787, 2015
1062015
DNA double helices recognize mutual sequence homology in a protein free environment
GS Baldwin, NJ Brooks, RE Robson, A Wynveen, A Goldar, S Leikin, ...
The journal of physical chemistry B 112 (4), 1060-1064, 2008
992008
Rapid reaction analysis of the catalytic cycle of the EcoRV restriction endonuclease
GS Baldwin, IB Vipond, SE Halford
Biochemistry 34 (2), 705-714, 1995
981995
Dependence of antibody gene diversification on uracil excision
JM Di Noia, GT Williams, DTY Chan, JM Buerstedde, GS Baldwin, ...
The Journal of experimental medicine 204 (13), 3209-3219, 2007
882007
Mechanism-based inhibition of C5-cytosine DNA methyltransferases by 2-H pyrimidinone
PJ Hurd, AJ Whitmarsh, GS Baldwin, SM Kelly, JP Waltho, NC Price, ...
Journal of molecular biology 286 (2), 389-401, 1999
881999
Rapid-reaction analysis of plasmid DNA cleavage by the Eco RV restriction endonuclease
SG Erskine, GS Baldwin, SE Halford
Biochemistry 36 (24), 7567-7576, 1997
871997
DNA cleavage by the EcoRV restriction endonuclease: roles of divalent metal ions in specificity and catalysis
GS Baldwin, RB Sessions, SG Erskine, SE Halford
Journal of molecular biology 288 (1), 87-103, 1999
861999
Analysis of nucleotide binding to P97 reveals the properties of a tandem AAA hexameric ATPase
LC Briggs, GS Baldwin, N Miyata, H Kondo, X Zhang, PS Freemont
Journal of Biological Chemistry 283 (20), 13745-13752, 2008
852008
Synthetic biology: A primer
G Baldwin, T Bayer, R Dickinson, T Ellis, PS Freemont, RI Kitney, ...
Imperial College Press, 2016
822016
Mismatch uracil glycosylase from Escherichia coli: a general mismatch or a specific DNA glycosylase?
RJ O'Neill, OV Vorob'eva, H Shahbakhti, E Zmuda, AS Bhagwat, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 278 (23), 20526-20532, 2003
732003
Quantification of bacterial fluorescence using independent calibrants
J Beal, T Haddock-Angelli, G Baldwin, M Gershater, A Dwijayanti, ...
PloS one 13 (6), e0199432, 2018
702018
R2oDNA designer: computational design of biologically neutral synthetic DNA sequences
A Casini, G Christodoulou, PS Freemont, GS Baldwin, T Ellis, ...
ACS synthetic biology 3 (8), 525-528, 2014
702014
A comparative study of uracil-DNA glycosylases from human and herpes simplex virus type 1
K Krusong, EP Carpenter, SRW Bellamy, R Savva, GS Baldwin
Journal of Biological Chemistry 281 (8), 4983-4992, 2006
622006
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