User:Mackenzie L. Cowell/IGEM 2007 part fab protocol

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==Overview==
==Overview==
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The 2007 DNA part kit will be comprised of around '''1500''' parts contained on '''4''' 384-well plates.  We need to fabricate '''150''' copies of the kit, producing a total of '''600''' 384-well plates.  The parts are contained on plasmids in cultures of E. coli frozen in glycerol stocks in 96-deep-well (96d) plates in -80 freezers at the registry.  We are going to inoculate 96d plates from the freezer stocks and give them to Ed's lab for incubation and then miniprepping in '''4 groups of 4''', for a total of '''16''' 96d plates.  For every '''4''' that we get back we will use the EPM to compose the miniprepped DNA into '''9''' 384d intermediate source plates (SP), of which we will give '''3''' back to Ed's lab to use with the PMP to transfer '''3.5 uL''' of DNA into '''150''' 384-well kit plates.  This will happen '''4;;; times, producing an uncollated set of the '''600''' 384-well plates for the '''150''' 07 DNA part kits.
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The 2007 DNA part kit will be comprised of around '''1500''' parts contained on '''4''' 384-well plates.  We need to fabricate '''150''' copies of the kit, producing a total of '''600''' 384-well plates.  The parts are contained on plasmids in cultures of E. coli frozen in glycerol stocks in 96-deep-well (96d) plates in -80 freezers at the registry.  We are going to inoculate 96d plates from the freezer stocks and give them to Ed's lab for incubation and then miniprepping in '''4 groups of 4''', for a total of '''16''' 96d plates.  For every '''4''' that we get back we will use the EPM to compose the miniprepped DNA into '''9''' 384d intermediate source plates (SP), of which we will give '''3''' back to Ed's lab to use with the PMP to transfer '''3.5 uL''' of DNA into '''150''' 384-well kit plates.  This will happen '''4''' times, producing an uncollated set of the '''600''' 384-well plates for the '''150''' 07 DNA part kits.
==Supply List==
==Supply List==

Revision as of 11:46, 9 April 2007

Overview

The 2007 DNA part kit will be comprised of around 1500 parts contained on 4 384-well plates. We need to fabricate 150 copies of the kit, producing a total of 600 384-well plates. The parts are contained on plasmids in cultures of E. coli frozen in glycerol stocks in 96-deep-well (96d) plates in -80 freezers at the registry. We are going to inoculate 96d plates from the freezer stocks and give them to Ed's lab for incubation and then miniprepping in 4 groups of 4, for a total of 16 96d plates. For every 4 that we get back we will use the EPM to compose the miniprepped DNA into 9 384d intermediate source plates (SP), of which we will give 3 back to Ed's lab to use with the PMP to transfer 3.5 uL of DNA into 150 384-well kit plates. This will happen 4 times, producing an uncollated set of the 600 384-well plates for the 150 07 DNA part kits.

Supply List

The 07 kits will be comprised of no more than 4 384-well plates (1536 parts), so to make 150 kits, we'll need:

  • 32 96-deep-well square-bottom plates
    • 16 for Ed's miniprep, will be sources for the intermediate SPs
    • 16 for miniprepping for Robotic Assembly supplies
  • 16 96-deep-well round-bottom plates (for 2 glycerol stocks of each new registry freezer plate)
  • 56 384-deep-well plates
    • 16 for Antibiotic Testing
    • 4 for Robotic Assembly supplies
    • 36 for intermediate Source Plates for kit fab with the PMP
  • 600 384-well plates, for kits (4 per kit)
  • 672 foil covers
  • 656 plastic covers (AB test plates don't need plastic covers)
  • 15 rolls label tape
  • 32 poxes of tips
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