- Jerome Bonnet, Stanford University, Department of Bioengineering.
473 Via Ortega
Stanford, CA 94305
Lab. (650) 721-5721
I work in the Endy Lab at Stanford University on the engineering of genetically encoded memory systems. One application of this genetic memory devices is a cell cycle counter, which would allow cells to report the number of time they divided. Such a counter would be useful to monitor the aging process with high resolution. I'm a fellow of the Stanford Center on Longevity.
- 2007, PhD in cell and molecular biology, CRBM-CNRS, University of Montpellier, france
- 2003, MS in Biological science and health, University of Montpellier.
- 2001, BS in Biochemistry, University of Montpellier.
Synthetic Biology, Systems Biology, Aging, Evolutionary Biology, Origins of Life.
- See my lab notebooks
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- Bonnet J, Scheper J, Divita G. and Morris MC (2008) Targeting Kinases and Phosphatases that regulate Cell Cycle Progression. Trends in cell cycle research, ed. Yoshida K., Research signpost.
- Stanford Center on Longevity (SCL)]
- E. coli genotypes
- Introductory tutorial
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