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John Dennis Aach

Lecturer On Genetics

Harvard University

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Molecular Biology Places of Interest

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John Aach (Harvard University Medical School), a member of the George Church's Lab, has set up a database for yeast and E. coli expression data called ExpressDB.


Toward D-Peptide Biosynthesis: Elongation Factor P Enables Ribosomal Incorporation Of Consecutive D-Amino Acids | bioRxiv

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John Aach
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ISMB2010 - Home

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John Aach, Harvard Medical School, United States


IUFOD® - "misc_june_05_01.txt"/html : 2 The DNA bomb

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"To do this now for an individual is almost beyond the pale," says Dr. John Aach, with Harvard Medical School's Lipper Center for Computational Genetics.


The Campaign: News Updates

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"To do this now for an individual is almost beyond the pale," says Dr. John Aach, with Harvard Medical School's Lipper Center for Computational Genetics."The future is weird, period, but I don't see anything like this happening."


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