Biometrology

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Biometrology refers to measurement and data activities that provide quantitative characterization of biology.[1] Biometrology advances laboratory techniques regarding scalable bioproducts or services.[2]

Biometrology products[edit]

  • Characterization of relative activities of a reference collection of BioBrick promoters in order to further support adoption of RPU-based measurement standards.[5]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hratch G. Semerjian, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA" (PDF). nist.gov.
  2. ^ "NIST, Stanford Establish Joint Metrology Initiative - GEN". GEN.
  3. ^ https://openwetware.org/wiki/The_BioBricks_Foundation:RFC OpenWetWare, The BioBricks Foundation:RFC
  4. ^ GenomeWeb, Genome In A Bottle Consortium Developing New Reference Materials, Variant Call Sets
  5. ^ Journal of Biomedical Engineering, Measuring the activity of BioBrick promoters using an in vivo reference standard