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Schwekendiek Lab - University of Northern Iowa

The material on this page has been "stolen" from Prof. John C. Anderson at UC Berkeley. I could as well just have linked to it, but I decided to copy it because I want to replace the content with my own. Since I know me, this will take forever. Updated tutorials will be marked with this icon Image:RecentChanges_iconbaby.png. Until this happens, I hope John will keep his valuable pages online and the links working. If the links become dead, please let me know and will hurry replacing the information.

The Basics

Think the "Central Dogma" involves a kennel of chihuahuas? You need to start here with the basics.

Bare bones biochemistry

Basic Molecular Biology

Practical DNA

What is PCR?

Introduction to Biobricks and Basic Cloning

This tutorial is best used in conjunction with the sequence editor ApE. Read the section about ApE for a description of how to install it.

Installing ApE - this program is not required for the UNI course!

Overview of Cloning

Introduction to Biobricks

Introduction to Refactoring

Technical Design

Basic Oligo Design

Special Case: Single Internal Restriction Sites

Construction of short parts

Design of composite parts

Keeping track of construction files

Sequencing Analysis

Advanced Technical Design

Working with Translational Fusions

Circularly Permuted Proteins

The "what did they make" game


Basic Gene Recombination

Introduction to Pathway Engineering

coming soon

coming sooner

Things you should know

Common Pitfalls and Tips

Origins of replication

The Critical Path

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