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'''Riboswitch''' is a component we will use to allow parts in the Bioclock system to cycle between 3 states: (i) ‘off’ state, (ii) ‘ready to go’ state (iii) ‘on’ state. The 1st input signal into the system will cause the part to go from (i) to (ii); the subsequent signal will cause it to go from (ii) to (iii). The part will then eventually go back to (i). For details, check out the links below.
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Riboswitch is a component we will use to allow parts in the Bioclock system to cycle between 3 states: (i) ‘off’ state, (ii) ‘ready to go’ state (iii) ‘on’ state. The 1st input signal into the system will cause the part to go from (i) to (ii); the subsequent signal will cause it to go from (ii) to (iii). The part will then eventually go back to (i). For details, check out the links below.


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