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===Florescence===
 
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[[Image:PlateReaderGeminirev2.jpg|thumb|left|Florescence measurements with plate reader]]
 
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[[Image:ComparativeGeminirev2.jpg|thumb|right|Comparative measurements between two inoculations]]
 
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Data follow the expect trend: florescence decreases with respect to promoter strength.  For promoters 115, 113, and 112 florescence is barely detectable on the plate reader relative to the controls, and there is a substantial decline is signal strength below the strongest promoter.
 
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[[Image:MUGGemini.jpg|thumb|right|MUG assay]]
 
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[[Image:PlatesGemini.jpg|thumb|left|Xgal]]
 
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MUG assay indicates beta-gal activity is identical for the three strongest promoters. Xgal plates show that 1) MUG assay correctly indicates beta-gal activity for the three strongest promoters (J23119, 101, and 106),  2) output for the moderately strong promoter J23115 is indistinguishable from from 119, 101, and 106 via Xgal plates, but is less detectable via MUG 3) J23113 and 112 are consistently undetectable. This is reasonable, as the activity of 112 and 113 are 1 and 21 au respectively, relative to 387 for 115, 1185 for 106, 1791 for 101, with all measured relative to 119, the strongest family member [http://partsregistry.org/Part:BBa_J23115 Promoter family].
 

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Acknowledgments

It was designed by Joey Davis and Austin Che at MIT. The promoter-RBS variants used to generate a transfer function for Gemini were built by Austin Che and Justin Buck at MIT. The controls for benchmarking performance of Gemini are being constructed by Ginko Bio-works.

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