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===osmY Promoter Mehods Section (In order)===
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Chasel, M. Gentry D.R., Hernandez, V.J., and Vinella, D. (1996) in Neidhardt, F.C. (ed.) ''Escherichia coli and Solmonella-Cellular and Molecular Biology'', 2nd edition. pp. 1476-1477, ASM Press, Washington, DC.
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===Odor thresholds===
===Odor thresholds===

Revision as of 12:27, 28 January 2008

Contents

Figure 1

Complete system diagram.

Image:MITiGEM2006Figure1.pdf

Figure 2

Smell generating devices from precursor. Image:MITiGEM2006Figure2.pdf

Figure 3

Autonomous wintergreen production

  • (a) Device and parts level diagram of autonomous wintergreen synthesis
  • (b) GC data of wintergreen total synthesis
  • (c) GC data of J45120 without precursor
  • (d) Pure methyl salicylate standard

Image:MITiGEM2006Figure3.pdf

Figure 4

Growth phase control

  • (a) parts and device level depiction
  • (b) growth-phase control of FP output

Image:MITiGEM2006Figure4.pdf

Figure 5

  • (a) device diagram of regulated banana device
  • (b) timecourse of banana smell

Image:MITiGEM2006Figure5.pdf

Image:MITiGEM2006Figure5b.pdf

Figure S1

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].

Figure S2

  • (a) GC data for IK cells versus normal E. coli;
  • (b) mint scented bacteria with precursor versus TOP10 with precursor.
  • (c) banana scented bacteria with precursor versus TOP10 with precursor.

References

Also see the relevant part pages for references.

osmY Promoter Mehods Section (In order)

book reference:

Chasel, M. Gentry D.R., Hernandez, V.J., and Vinella, D. (1996) in Neidhardt, F.C. (ed.) Escherichia coli and Solmonella-Cellular and Molecular Biology, 2nd edition. pp. 1476-1477, ASM Press, Washington, DC.


Odor thresholds

"The odor threshold of a compound is the lowest concentration at which its smell can be detected."

Use of ATF1 in E. coli

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Methyl salicylate synthesis

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