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"GPCR-based Sensors for the Evolution of Chemical-producing Microbes"

Pamela Peralta-Yayha, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
School of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Georgia Tech

Pamela Peralta-Yahya’s research group is developing foundational technologies to more effectively engineer biological systems for chemical synthesis. One area of research is the development of biosensors to screen chemical-producing microbes, which could identify strains that produce chemicals at industrially relevant yield. This technology has potential applications in the area of microbial synthesis of pharmaceuticals & microbial production of high energy density fuels.


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