Timing Of Logged Molecular Events


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DATE

2020-01-22T00:00

AUTHORS

GANJAM KRIS

ABSTRACT

A log of molecular events experienced by a cell and timing indicators for those events are stored in existing polynucleotides through a process of creating a double strand break ("DSB") in a polynucleotide and inserting a new polynucleotide sequence by repairing the DSB with homology directed repair ("HDR"). The presence, order, and number of new polynucleotide sequences provides a log of events and timing of those events. Cellular mechanisms for creating the DSB and/or repairing with HDR are regulated by intra- or extracellular signals. When the log is created in the DNA of a cell, the changes may be heritably passed to subsequent generations of the cell. A correlation between the cellular signals and sequence of inserted HDR templates allows for identification of events and the timing experienced by the cell. More... »

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