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==Parts Registry==
==Parts Registry==
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#1 Upload ALL remaining sequences and [[http://www.openwetware.org/wiki/IGEM:IMPERIAL/2008/Prototype/Wetlab/parts/Composite | composite parts]]
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# Upload ALL remaining sequences and [[http://www.openwetware.org/wiki/IGEM:IMPERIAL/2008/Prototype/Wetlab/parts/Composite | composite parts]]
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#2 Update AmyE 3' sequence and any other sequences that are strain specific
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# Update AmyE 3' sequence and any other sequences that are strain specific
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#3 Check ALL sequences against produced parts yet again and update
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# Check ALL sequences against produced parts yet again and update
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#4 Add stop codons to all Protein Coding Regions on diagrams
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# Add stop codons to all Protein Coding Regions on diagrams
==Lab==
==Lab==
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#1 Collect all DNA to be sent to registry together
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# Collect all DNA to be sent to registry together
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#2 Finish designing Chloramphenicol resistance characterisation experiment
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# Finish designing Chloramphenicol resistance characterisation experiment
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#3 Run Chloramphenicol resistance characterisation experiment
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# Run Chloramphenicol resistance characterisation experiment
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#4 Check any remaining sequence analyses
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# Check any remaining sequence analyses
==Presentation==
==Presentation==
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#1 Diagrams
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# Diagrams
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#2 Script
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# Script
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#3 Diagrams
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# Diagrams
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#4 Diagrams
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# Diagrams
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#5 <big>PANIC!</big>
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# <big>PANIC!</big>

Revision as of 18:15, 25 October 2008

Contents

To Do List

Parts Registry

  1. Upload ALL remaining sequences and [| composite parts]
  2. Update AmyE 3' sequence and any other sequences that are strain specific
  3. Check ALL sequences against produced parts yet again and update
  4. Add stop codons to all Protein Coding Regions on diagrams

Lab

  1. Collect all DNA to be sent to registry together
  2. Finish designing Chloramphenicol resistance characterisation experiment
  3. Run Chloramphenicol resistance characterisation experiment
  4. Check any remaining sequence analyses

Presentation

  1. Diagrams
  2. Script
  3. Diagrams
  4. Diagrams
  5. PANIC!
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