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Lab

DNA was isolated, by performing minipreps, from the two cultures that contain standard E.coli cells. This yielded to samples, one from each culture, which were stored in the -20°C freezer. The remaining two cultures that contain BL21 E.coli cells were used for protein expression.

Outreach

In the team meeting we discussed how to record data about soil samples we receive. It was decided the best approach would be to set up a spread sheet and issue the tokens with a soil number. This meant, at a later date, the initial testing results from the samples could be put on our blog so and people could check their sample using the issued number. With the meet up only a few days away, we practiced the presentation a few times. The poster and soil token cards also arrived today



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