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== About ==
== About ==
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Undergraduate concentrating in Computer Science (class of 2007), member of 2006 Harvard iGem team.
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Undergraduate concentrating in Computer Science (class of 2007), member of the [[IGEM:Harvard/2006|2006 Harvard iGem team]]. I'm from Sunnyvale, CA.
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== 2006/06/14 ==
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== Contact ==
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'''Biobrick tutorial'''
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jlau at fas dot harvard dot edu<br>
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discobird at gmail dot com
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''More detailed procedure notes are in lab notebook.''
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== Projects ==
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*Began with 12 samples (3x each of negative control, R0010, E0241, E7104). Fortunately our negative controls showed no growth overnight.
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I am working on the [[IGEM:Harvard/2006/Cyanobacteria|cyanobacteria oscillator project]].
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*Made 9 minipreps for the remaining samples. Set aside the E7104 samples (they are a positive control).
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== Lab notebook ==
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<calendar>
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name=User:JeffreyLau/Notebook
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date=2006/07/01
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view=threemonths
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format=%name/%year-%month-%day
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weekstart=14
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</calendar>
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*Performed digests on 2x each of R0010 and E0241. We lost one of our E0241 samples by accident, so we threw out an R0010 sample to balance.
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=== Quick links to notebook entries ===
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[[User:JeffreyLau/Notebook/2006-6-14|2006-6-14]]: Notes on using the nanodrop
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*Added Calf Intestinal Phosphatase (CIP) to R0010 samples to prevent self-ligation of the R0010 vector.
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[[User:JeffreyLau/Notebook/2006-6-15|2006-6-15]]: Ligation protocol, transformation protocol
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*Performed gel electrophoresis on R0010 and E0241 samples.
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[[User:JeffreyLau/Notebook/2006-6-20|2006-6-20]]: Digest protocol
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**Our e-gel was not entirely successful.
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[[Image:HH-JL biobrick-tutorial egel.jpg]]
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Must be more careful next time.
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'''Notes on using the nanodrop'''
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*Nanodrop measures concentration of DNA in small samples (1 µL). It is apparently not very accurate.
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*Clean nanodrop thoroughly with kimwipes and ethanol, before and after each use
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*On desktop, "ND-1000"->"Nucleic Acid"
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*Before each set of samples:
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**Calibrate nanodrop with drop of distilled water
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**Calibrate nanodrop with drop of background (solute), e.g. distilled water or elution buffer
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*Add sample to nanodrop, enter name of sample, "Measure"
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**Note: mix sample before placing on nanodrop
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About

Undergraduate concentrating in Computer Science (class of 2007), member of the 2006 Harvard iGem team. I'm from Sunnyvale, CA.

Contact

jlau at fas dot harvard dot edu
discobird at gmail dot com

Projects

I am working on the cyanobacteria oscillator project.

Lab notebook

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Quick links to notebook entries

2006-6-14: Notes on using the nanodrop

2006-6-15: Ligation protocol, transformation protocol

2006-6-20: Digest protocol

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