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For information on me, see [http://thebryanhernandezgame.wordpress.com/ The Bryan Hernandez Game].
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== Bio ==
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*I am currently an undergraduate researcher in the [[Endy Lab]] at MIT.  I am currently building and characterizing orthogonal riboregulators.  Learn more about riboregulators and the work I have done [http://parts2.mit.edu/wiki/index.php/Berkeley2006-RiboregulatorsMain here]
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*MIT Class of 2009; Majoring in [http://math.mit.edu/| Mathematics] and [http://web.mit.edu/be/index.htm| Biological Engineering].
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== Projects ==
== Projects ==
===Construction and Characterization of Riboregulators===
===Construction and Characterization of Riboregulators===
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A Riboregulator is a post-transcriptional regulator used in bacteria.  Its mechanism for regulation involves the occlusion of the Ribosome via a hairpin on the mRNA transcript in the 'off' state thereby preventing (or 'locking') translation of the ORF.  The 'on' state is recovered by introducing a complementary sequence (or 'key') that disrupts the hairpin on the mRNA transcript allowing the Ribosome to bind and initiate translation.  To learn more, go [http://parts2.mit.edu/wiki/index.php/Berkeley2006-RiboregulatorsMain| here].
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A Riboregulator is a post-transcriptional regulator used in bacteria.  Its mechanism for regulation involves the occlusion of the Ribosome via a hairpin on the mRNA transcript in the 'off' state thereby preventing (or 'locking') translation of the ORF.  The 'on' state is recovered by introducing a complementary sequence (or 'key') that disrupts the hairpin on the mRNA transcript allowing the Ribosome to bind and initiate translation.  To learn more, go [http://parts2.mit.edu/wiki/index.php/Berkeley2006-RiboregulatorsMain here].
*[[Bryan Hernandez/UROP Proposal|UROP Proposal]]
*[[Bryan Hernandez/UROP Proposal|UROP Proposal]]
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===[http://parts2.mit.edu/wiki/index.php/University_of_California_Berkeley_2006| Addressable Conjugation in Bacterial Networks]===
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===[http://parts2.mit.edu/wiki/index.php/University_of_California_Berkeley_2006 Addressable Conjugation in Bacterial Networks]===
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[[IGEM:UC Berkeley/2006 | iGEM UC Berkeley]]
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*Our project was to create an addressable cell-to-cell communication mechanism in e. coli.<br>
*Our project was to create an addressable cell-to-cell communication mechanism in e. coli.<br>
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[[IGEM:UC Berkeley/2006/bryans notebook|notebook]]<br>
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*[[IGEM:UC Berkeley/2006 | iGEM UC Berkeley]]
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*[[IGEM:UC Berkeley/2006/bryans notebook|notebook]]<br>
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== Bio ==
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contact me at bryanh (AT) mit
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*I am currently an undergraduate researcher in the [[Endy Lab]] at MIT.  I am currently building and characterizing orthogonal riboregulators.  Learn more about riboregulators and the work I have done [http://parts2.mit.edu/wiki/index.php/Berkeley2006-RiboregulatorsMain here]
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*MIT Class of 2009; Majoring in [http://math.mit.edu/| Mathematics] and [http://web.mit.edu/be/index.htm| Biological Engineering].
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For information on me, see The Bryan Hernandez Game.

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