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Synthetic biology attempts to create new biological systems using engineering principles such as abstraction, modularity, composition, modeling, and simulation. As bioengineers attempt to design systems with increased complexity, component interaction, and de novo genetic material, rigorous design methodologies will be required not only to manage the design material but also to make sure the created designs function as intended.
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