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#UT Austin and UCSF 2004 project ([http://parts.mit.edu/registry/index.php/Featured_Parts:Light_Sensor coliroids])
#UT Austin and UCSF 2004 project ([http://parts.mit.edu/registry/index.php/Featured_Parts:Light_Sensor coliroids])
#Find descriptions of [http://parts2.mit.edu/wiki/index.php/Igem_2005 2005 projects]
#Find descriptions of [http://parts2.mit.edu/wiki/index.php/Igem_2005 2005 projects]
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==Administrative==
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==Week 1==
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Goals -
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*Do one assembly stage
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*Make a biobrick
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*Necessary software - VectorNTI, Registry, Wiki
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*Literature searching
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===Day 1===
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====Dry Lab====
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*Safety training
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*Lab tour
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*Registry accounts
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====Wet Lab====
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*Pick a gene and design primers
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**Introduces parts
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*Start overnights
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**Introduces sterile technique, culturing,
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===Day 2===
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====Dry Lab====
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*BioBricks Construction
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====Wet Lab====
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*Prep & Digest

Revision as of 18:50, 25 May 2006

This page contains links to introductory information for the MIT iGEM team.

Contents

Lab safety

All people working in a biological research lab must undergo safety training.

To complete your online safety training, visit the Endy lab safety training guide. (Even if you have worked in a lab before, you should visit this page and verify that your training is up to date.)

Heather will be giving the lab-specific training.

Wiki

How-to on wiki's

  • Getting started --> Quick tutorial on using the OpenWetWare wiki
  • Populate the official iGEM wiki

Abstraction hierarchy

  • PoPS and composability

Registry

  • Obtain accounts
  • Making a part (both basic and subpart)
  • BLAST
  • Sequence alignments

BioBricks assembly

  • BioBricks
  • Standard assembly
  • 3A assembly
  • In frame assembly
  • Direct synthesis

Part and device characterization

  • Plate reader characterization (i.e. Receiver)
  • Flow cytometry (i.e. Screening plasmid)
  • Microscopy
  • RT-PCR and Westerns

Searching and reading the literature

Lab techniques

Links

General introduction to ideas in Synthetic Biology

  1. Adventures in synthetic biology comic --> Learn about PoPS
  2. Foundations for engineering biology --> rant by Drew Endy
  3. MIT iGEM 2004 presentation (.ppt,pdf)
  4. UT Austin and UCSF 2004 project (coliroids)
  5. Find descriptions of 2005 projects


Administrative

Week 1

Goals -

  • Do one assembly stage
  • Make a biobrick
  • Necessary software - VectorNTI, Registry, Wiki
  • Literature searching

Day 1

Dry Lab

  • Safety training
  • Lab tour
  • Registry accounts

Wet Lab

  • Pick a gene and design primers
    • Introduces parts
  • Start overnights
    • Introduces sterile technique, culturing,

Day 2

Dry Lab

  • BioBricks Construction

Wet Lab

  • Prep & Digest
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