User:Nikolai Eroshenko

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[ George Church] (2009-now)
[ George Church] (2009-now)
[ Wyss Institute] (2009-now)
[ Wyss Institute] (2009-2011)
[ Raj Rao] (2006-2008)
[ Raj Rao] (2006-2008)

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I am building new technologies for basic and applied biology. Long-term research interests include:

  • fully synthetic (i.e. non-immunogenic) gene therapy vectors that integrate genes into a precise location on the genome
  • cheaper, faster, and more accurate gene synthesis
  • library vs. library screens which quantify the strength of protein-protein and protein-DNA interactions


Gene assembly from chip-synthesized oligonucleotides (PDF)

Nikolai Eroshenko*, Sriram Kosuri*, Adam H. Marblestone, Nicholas Conway, George Church, Current Protocols in Chemical Biology 4 (2012)

  • Gene Assembly by Subpool PCR (GASP) oligo design scripts and server

Mitochondrial gene replacement in human pluripotent stem cell derived neural progenitors (PDF)

Shilpa Iyer, Ena Xiao, Khaled Alsayegh, Nikolai Eroshenko, Marion J. Riggs, James P. Bennett. Jr & Raj R. Rao, Gene Therapy AOP (2011)

Scalable gene synthesis by selective amplification of DNA pools from high-fidelity microchips (PDF)

Sriram Kosuri*, Nikolai Eroshenko*, Emily LeProust, Michael Super, Jeffrey Way, Jin Billy Li & George Church, Nature Biotechnology 28:1295 (2010)

Role of bioinspired polymers in determination of pluripotent stem cell fate (PDF)

Sheena Abraham, Nikolai Eroshenko & Raj R. Rao, Regenerative Medicine 4:561 (2009)


George Church (2009-now)

Wyss Institute (2009-2011)

Raj Rao (2006-2008)

Curtis Taylor (2006-2007)


Harvard University (2008-now) PhD candidate, Bioengineering

Virginia Commonwealth University (2005-2008) BS, Biomedical Engineering


eroshenkona AT gmail

Nikolai Eroshenko
77 Ave. Louis Pasteur
NRB 238
Boston, MA 02115

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