SynBioHub is a design repository for synthetic biology, built on the SBOL Stack functionality. It is available both as a public website for you to use and as open source software. SynBioHub uses the Synthetic Biology Open Language (SBOL), an open-source standard for representing genetic designs, and also allows sharing design parts from GenBank and FASTA files.
- If you just want to use the public repository service via your Web browser, head over to synbiohub.org.
- If you want to install your own SynBioHub instance, check out Installation
- If you would like to write software that uses design information stored in a SynBioHub instance, check out the HTTP API or Java API
- SynBioHub: A Standards-Enabled Design Repository for Synthetic Biology. McLaughlin, J. A., Myers, C. J., Zundel, Z., Mısırlı, G., Zhang, M., Ofiteru, I. D., Goñi Moreno, A., & Wipat, A. (2018). ACS synthetic biology, 7(2), 682-688.
- The SBOL Stack: A Platform for Storing, Publishing, and Sharing Synthetic Biology Designs. Madsen, C., McLaughlin, J. A., Mısırlı, G., Pocock, M., Flanagan, K., Hallinan, J., & Wipat, A. (2016). ACS synthetic biology, 5(6), 487-497.