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==UEA iGEM Team 2011: UEA-JIC_Norwich==
To see the team's iGEM wiki, go to://http://2011.igem.org/Team:UEA-JIC_Norwich
To see the team's iGEM wiki, go to://http://2011.igem.org/Team:UEA-JIC_Norwich
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==UEA iGEM Team 2012: NRP-UEA-Norwich==
To see the team's iGEM wiki, go to://http://2012.igem.org/Team:NRP-UEA-Norwich
To see the team's iGEM wiki, go to://http://2012.igem.org/Team:NRP-UEA-Norwich
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Sensory BioBrick systems have been a large constituent of previous iGEM projects in which teams have combined impressive amounts of logic with limitless creativity in order to produce synthetically engineered organisms with the ability to detect the presence of specific substrates; this was achieved by combining various promoters and reporters to produce novel gene systems of great breadth and depth.
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We too have taken a sensory approach to our project and have produced systems involved in the sensation of nitric oxide (NO). Originally we set out to develop a bacterial and mammalian hybrid NO-sensing promoter (which we have achieved); we then looked into ways of quantifying the levels of highly reactive and difficult to measure NO within a system, leading to us producing a novel gene regulation system known as the comparator circuit. Throughout the project we went on to look at theoretical alternative approaches to the gene systems we have produced.
For this team, all Instructors and Advisors were based at the School of Biological Sciences at the University of East Anglia in Norwich (BIO).
For this team, all Instructors and Advisors were based at the School of Biological Sciences at the University of East Anglia in Norwich (BIO).

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UEA iGEM Team 2011: UEA-JIC_Norwich

To see the team's iGEM wiki, go to://http://2011.igem.org/Team:UEA-JIC_Norwich

For this team, some Instructors and Advisors were based at the School of Biological Sciences at the University of East Anglia in Norwich (BIO) and some were based at the John Innes Centre in Norwich (JIC).

Instructors

  • Richard Bowater (BIO)
  • Matt Hutchings (BIO)
  • Paul O'Maille (JIC)
  • Richard Morris (JIC)
  • Colwyn Thomas (BIO)
  • Kay Yeoman (BIO)

Student Members

  • Jarama Clucas
  • Mario de Piano
  • Gurdeep Dosanjh
  • Ben Hardy
  • Kimberley Hirst-Jones
  • Ben Jevans
  • Abigail Savoy
  • Alistair Walsham
  • Mark Wright

Advisors

  • Steven Garrett (JIC)
  • Richard Kelwick (BIO)


UEA iGEM Team 2012: NRP-UEA-Norwich

To see the team's iGEM wiki, go to://http://2012.igem.org/Team:NRP-UEA-Norwich

Project overview

Sensory BioBrick systems have been a large constituent of previous iGEM projects in which teams have combined impressive amounts of logic with limitless creativity in order to produce synthetically engineered organisms with the ability to detect the presence of specific substrates; this was achieved by combining various promoters and reporters to produce novel gene systems of great breadth and depth.

We too have taken a sensory approach to our project and have produced systems involved in the sensation of nitric oxide (NO). Originally we set out to develop a bacterial and mammalian hybrid NO-sensing promoter (which we have achieved); we then looked into ways of quantifying the levels of highly reactive and difficult to measure NO within a system, leading to us producing a novel gene regulation system known as the comparator circuit. Throughout the project we went on to look at theoretical alternative approaches to the gene systems we have produced.

For this team, all Instructors and Advisors were based at the School of Biological Sciences at the University of East Anglia in Norwich (BIO).

Instructors

  • Richard Bowater (BIO)
  • Matt Hutchings (BIO)
  • Colwyn Thomas (BIO)
  • Kay Yeoman (BIO)

Student Members

  • Pascoe J Harvey
  • Rachel Dobson
  • Joy Edwards-Hicks
  • Russell Gritton
  • Lukas Harnisch
  • Rebecca Lo
  • Khadija Ouadi

Advisors

  • Richard Kelwick (BIO)
  • Amy Congdon (Mentor for art & film)
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