IGEM:Imperial/2010/Modelling

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<div class="accordionButton"><b>Objectives</b></div>
<div class="accordionButton"><b>Objectives</b></div>
<div class="accordionContent",><br /><a href="http://www.openwetware.org/wiki/IGEM:Imperial/2010/Objectives"><b>Here are our daily objectives.</b></a><br /><br /></div>
<div class="accordionContent",><br /><a href="http://www.openwetware.org/wiki/IGEM:Imperial/2010/Objectives"><b>Here are our daily objectives.</b></a><br /><br /></div>
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<div class="accordionButton"><b>Overview</b></div>
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<div class="accordionContent",><br /><a href="http://www.openwetware.org/wiki/IGEM:Imperial/2010/Overview"><b>Here is a a short overview of the two models.</b></a><br /><br /></div>
<div class="accordionButton"><b>Output Amplification Model</b></div>
<div class="accordionButton"><b>Output Amplification Model</b></div>

Revision as of 06:16, 10 September 2010

Objectives
Overview
Output Amplification Model

Model based on Michaelis Menten Kinetics
Comparison between different amplification models (HIV1 and TEV) based on Michaelis Menten kinetics. However, Michaelis Menten kinetics does not apply to our system. Therefore, it had to be modelled from first principle (see below using law of mass action).
Model using HIV1 Model using TEV

Model based on Law of Mass Action
Comparison between these 3 different models: Simple production, 1-step and 2-step amplification.
Simple Production 1-step amplification 2-step amplification

Variables and Constants
Here are the variables and constants that are used in the Protein Display Model.

Protein Display Model

Protein Display Model
This is a model showing when the ComD receptor will be activated (after proteins have been cleaved).

Variables and Constants
Here are the variables and constants that are used in the Protein Display Model.

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