IGEM:Virginia/2012/Notebook/Genetically engineered bacteriophage for diagnosis of whooping cough/2012/07/08

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==(7/8 – 7/14)==
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We redid the prep of the PET vector starting with a double digest.
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We then cleaned up the digested, CAIP-treated, and PET vector with a PCR clean up
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kit. The nanodrop still showed no DNA.
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We streaked Bordatella Pertussis on to 3 plates and incubated them over the
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weekend at 37 degrees Celsius.

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(7/8 – 7/14)

We redid the prep of the PET vector starting with a double digest.
We then cleaned up the digested, CAIP-treated, and PET vector with a PCR clean up kit. The nanodrop still showed no DNA.
We streaked Bordatella Pertussis on to 3 plates and incubated them over the weekend at 37 degrees Celsius.



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