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Revision as of 11:39, 16 January 2008
- (a) normal e. coli (depict chemical inputs and outputs)
- (b) final eau d’e coli system (depict chemical inputs and outputs)
Figure 1 (pdf)
Device depictions (show one or two devices at the parts level, perhaps also show a device transfer function and also whatever the most relevant device data is, perhaps the GC data)
Figure 2 (pdf)
GC data (banana total synthesis, wintergreen total synthesis, banana with precursor, wintergreen with precursor)
Smell test data (show photo of smell test in action and also bar graphs of results)
Jamboree smell test data (xls)
Growth phase control (parts and device level depiction)
Figure 5 (pdf)
- verify the part numbers of the devices for which there is GC data ...
J45993 vs J45992 and J45199 vs J45219
Show data with growth-phase control of FP output
- ask Barry to make pretty figure for this data
Show GC data from banana time course
Restrospective project timeline. How long did each step take? [from this we can compute how we could do such work faster. We’ll want to work the pace of work into both the introduction and discussion].
Show GC data here (could have chromatograms)? GC data for IK cells versus normal E. coli; mint scented bacteria versus IK cells.
Paper demonstrating successful transfer of ATF1 into E. coli:
"The odor threshold of a compound is the lowest concentration at which its smell can be detected." Isoamyl acetate's odor threshold listed here:
Methyl salicylate's odor threshold listed here:
Papers regarding methyl salicylate synthesis:
1. Negre F, Kolosova N, Knoll J, Kish CM, and Dudareva N. Novel S-adenosyl-L-methionine:salicylic acid carboxyl methyltransferase, an enzyme responsible for biosynthesis of methyl salicylate and methyl benzoate, is not involved in floral scent production in snapdragon flowers. Arch Biochem Biophys 2002 Oct 15; 406(2) 261-70. pmid:12361714. PubMed HubMed [Negre-ArchBiochemBiophys-2002] 2. Ross JR, Nam KH, D'Auria JC, and Pichersky E. S-Adenosyl-L-methionine:salicylic acid carboxyl methyltransferase, an enzyme involved in floral scent production and plant defense, represents a new class of plant methyltransferases. Arch Biochem Biophys 1999 Jul 1; 367(1) 9-16. doi:10.1006/abbi.1999.1255 pmid:10375393. PubMed HubMed [Ross-ArchBiochemBiophys-1999] 3. Pott MB, Hippauf F, Saschenbrecker S, Chen F, Ross J, Kiefer I, Slusarenko A, Noel JP, Pichersky E, Effmert U, and Piechulla B. Biochemical and structural characterization of benzenoid carboxyl methyltransferases involved in floral scent production in Stephanotis floribunda and Nicotiana suaveolens. Plant Physiol 2004 Aug; 135(4) 1946-55. doi:10.1104/pp.104.041806 pmid:15310828. PubMed HubMed [Pott-PlantPhysiol-2004] 4. Zubieta C, Ross JR, Koscheski P, Yang Y, Pichersky E, and Noel JP. Structural basis for substrate recognition in the salicylic acid carboxyl methyltransferase family. Plant Cell 2003 Aug; 15(8) 1704-16. pmid:12897246. PubMed HubMed [Zubieta-PlantCell-2003]