Module 3 Announcements
- 04/04/2006: Everyone should have received comments on their Mod1 reports. Final versions should be emailed to Profs. Engelward and Kuldell by 10AM on Tuesday April 11th.
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Module 2 Announcements
- Oral Presentations: Talks will be from 1-5, with a snack break midway through the afternoon. The Tuesday/Thursday section will present in 56-602 on Thursday March 23rd and the Wednesday/Friday section will present in 56-614 on Friday March 24th. More details about the talks will be offered in lecture (03/21/06), and you have some ideas already from Atissa and from the material on the class wiki. See guidelines on presenting your work, Atissa's talk on creating your BE.109 presentation and Protein Engineering Day 4.
- 03/18/06: Images of your protein gels are posted on the Protein Engineering Day 2 discussion page. They look great! Congratulations.
Module 1 Announcements
- Flow cytometry results and powerpoint slides are now available at http://web.mit.edu/yoonsung/www/be109/. YSN (yoonsung at mit.edu) will help you if you have any trouble with interpreting the data.
- 03/09/2006: You can now download Neal's PPT slides as PDF files from Neal's page.
- 03/08/2006: A map for finding building E17 (or E18) where we will perform a flow cytometry analysis is available at the discussion page for Module 1 Day 8: FACS analysis experiment.
- 03/04/2006: Congratulations on getting the delta5 clones! Gel images are now posted on the discussion page for the Module 1 Day 6: Restriction map and tissue culture experiment.
- 03/01/2006: Class data from ligations/transformations is posted on the discussion page for Module 1 Day 5: examining candidate clones. Some discussion about the efficiency calculation is there as well.
- 02/27/2006: You can download the introduction slides for manuscript discussion from discussion page for Module 1 Day 6: Restriction map and tissue culture experiment. If you have any trouble, please email to Yoon Sung (firstname.lastname@example.org) ahead of time.
- 02/27/2006: Check out the discussion page at Module 1 Day 4: DNA ligation and bacterial transformation if you are having trouble deciding on enzymes to use for your diagnostic digests.
- 02/24/2006: nice results from yesterday's ligation and transformation experiment! Everyone has some candidates to screen next time....
- 02/23/2006: a few hints to help you plan your ligations have now been posted at discussion page at Module 1 Day 4: DNA ligation and bacterial transformation.
- 02/22/2006: If you're not sure how to take the log10 of the length of the DNA ladder, clarification is posted at discussion page at Module 1 Day 3: Agarose gel electrophoresis.
- 02/19/2006: Images of your gels with recovery results have been uploaded to the discussion page at Module 1 Day 3: Agarose gel electrophoresis.
- 02/16/2006:The images of your gels from lab have been uploaded to the discussion page at Module 1 Day 3: Agarose gel electrophoresis. More gel images to assess the recovery of your fragments will follow. Congratulations on such nice work! -- Natalie