Christos Skrekas

Visiting Researcher at Systems and Synthetic Biology
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2023

Targeted In Vivo Mutagenesis in Yeast Using CRISPR/Cas9 and Hyperactive Cytidine and Adenine Deaminases

Christos Skrekas, Angelo Limeta, Verena Siewers et al
ACS Synthetic Biology. Vol. 12 (8), p. 2278-2289
Journal article
2023

Multiplexed Guide RNA Expression Leads to Increased Mutation Frequency in Targeted Window Using a CRISPR-Guided Error-Prone DNA Polymerase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Michael Gossing, Angelo Limeta, Christos Skrekas et al
ACS Synthetic Biology. Vol. 12 (8), p. 2271-2277
Journal article
2022

Controlling gene expression with deep generative design of regulatory DNA

Jan Zrimec, Xiaozhi Fu, Muhammad Azam Sheikh et al
Nature Communications. Vol. 13 (1), p. 5099-
Journal article
2022

Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorting as a Tool for Recombinant Strain Screening

Christos Skrekas, Raphael Ferreira, Florian David
Methods in Molecular Biology, p. 39-57
Book chapter
2021

Expansion of the Yeast Modular Cloning Toolkit for CRISPR-Based Applications, Genomic Integrations and Combinatorial Libraries

Maximilian Otto, Christos Skrekas, Michael Gossing et al
ACS Synthetic Biology. Vol. 10 (12), p. 3461-3474
Journal article
2020

Does co-expression of Yarrowia lipolytica genes encoding Yas1p, Yas2p and Yas3p make a potential alkane-responsive biosensor in Saccharomyces cerevisiae?

Yasaman Dabirian, Christos Skrekas, Florian David et al
PLoS ONE. Vol. 15 (12 December)
Journal article
2019

Model-Assisted Fine-Tuning of Central Carbon Metabolism in Yeast through dCas9-Based Regulation

Raphael Ferreira, Christos Skrekas, Alex Hedin et al
ACS Synthetic Biology. Vol. 8 (11), p. 2457-2463
Journal article
2018

Multiplexed CRISPR/Cas9 Genome Editing and Gene Regulation Using Csy4 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Raphael Ferreira, Christos Skrekas, Jens B Nielsen et al
ACS Synthetic Biology. Vol. 7 (1), p. 10-15
Journal article

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