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==Contact Info==
==Contact Info==
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[[Image:OWWEmblem.png|thumb|right|Ben Braun (an artistic interpretation)]]
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[[Image:BenBraun.png|thumb|right|Ben Braun]]
*Ben Braun
*Ben Braun
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*University of Texas at Austin
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*bjmnbraun@ <gmail>
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*Center for Systems and Synthetic Biology at the University of Texas at Austin
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*1 University Station A4800
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*Austin TX 78712
*[[Special:Emailuser/Ben Braun|Email me through OpenWetWare]]
*[[Special:Emailuser/Ben Braun|Email me through OpenWetWare]]
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I work in the [[Your Lab]] at XYZ University.  I learned about [[OpenWetWare]] from From other lab members., and I've joined because I research the design of nucleic acid systems; I am part of a team entered in the 2011 biomod competition..
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I work in the [[Ellington Lab]] at the University of Texas at Austin.  I research the how nucleic acid systems can be designed, and specifically focus on formalizing the sequence design problem. I am part of the Hook'em Hybridizers, a team entered in the 2011 biomod competition.
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* 2009 Friendswood High School
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* 2013 BS Computer Science, University of Texas at Austin
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==Research interests==
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I am interested in designing optimal sequences for the domains of nucleic acid systems. When nucleic acid machines are combined to form a larger system, cross interaction can occur. This, and other sequence-based considerations, form the sequence design problem. I implement my approach for solving these problems in my application, [[Biomod/2011/UTAustin/Hook%27em_Hybridizers/CircDesigNA|CircDesigNA]].
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==Publications==
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#Paper2 pmid=13718526
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==Useful links==
 
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*[[OpenWetWare:Welcome|Introductory tutorial]]
 
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Contact Info

Ben Braun
Ben Braun
  • Ben Braun
  • bjmnbraun@ <gmail>
  • Center for Systems and Synthetic Biology at the University of Texas at Austin
  • 1 University Station A4800
  • Austin TX 78712
  • Email me through OpenWetWare

I work in the Ellington Lab at the University of Texas at Austin. I research the how nucleic acid systems can be designed, and specifically focus on formalizing the sequence design problem. I am part of the Hook'em Hybridizers, a team entered in the 2011 biomod competition.

Education

  • 2009 Friendswood High School
  • 2013 BS Computer Science, University of Texas at Austin

Research interests

I am interested in designing optimal sequences for the domains of nucleic acid systems. When nucleic acid machines are combined to form a larger system, cross interaction can occur. This, and other sequence-based considerations, form the sequence design problem. I implement my approach for solving these problems in my application, CircDesigNA.

Publications

  1. #Paper1 pmid=6947258--> [--]
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