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<li><p> Constructed a transposon library in <i>Pseudomonas</i>, identifying two positive hits sensitive to a variety of tailings pond toxins.</p></li>
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<li><p> Constructed a <a class="orange" href="http://2012.igem.org/Team:Calgary/Project/FRED/Detecting#library">transposon library</a> in <i>Pseudomonas</i>, identifying two positive hits sensitive to a variety of tailings pond toxins.</p></li>
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<li><p>Submitted and electrochemically characterized the function of two novel hydrolase enzymes from <i>E. coli</i>, demonstrating the validity and potential of a triple-output system with high sensitivity and little background noise.</p></li>
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<li><p>Submitted and electrochemically characterized the function of <a class="green" href="http://2012.igem.org/Team:Calgary/Project/FRED/Reporting#hydrolase">two novel hydrolase enzymes</a> from <i>E. coli</i>, demonstrating the validity and potential of a <a class="green" href="http://2012.igem.org/Team:Calgary/Project/FRED/Reporting#output">triple-output system</a> with high sensitivity and little background noise.</p></li>
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<li><p>Designed and wet-lab verified a kinetic model of electrochemical gene expression.</p></li>
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<li><p>Designed and wet-lab verified a <a class="green" href="http://2012.igem.org/Team:Calgary/Project/FRED/Modelling">kinetic model</a> of electrochemical gene expression.</p></li>
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<li><P>Designed both software and hardware for a biosensor prototype.</p></li></ul>
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<li><P>Designed both <a class="green" href="http://2012.igem.org/Team:Calgary/Project/FRED/Prototype#hardware">hardware</a> and <a class="green" href="http://2012.igem.org/Team:Calgary/Project/FRED/Prototype#software">software</a> for a biosensor prototype.</p></li></ul>
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<li><p>Demonstrated the successful conversion of naphthenic acids into hydrocarbons using Washington 2011's PetroBrick.</p></li>
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<li><p>Demonstrated the successful conversion of <b>naphthenic acids into hydrocarbons</b> using Washington 2011's PetroBrick.</p></li>
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<li><P>Documented the functionality of an alternative enzyme to the PetroBrick (<i>oleT</i>) in producing alkenes from fatty acids.</p></li>
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<li><P>Documented the functionality of an <b>alternative enzyme to the PetroBrick</b> (<i>oleT</i>) in producing alkenes from fatty acids.</p></li>
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<li><P>Modified an existing <i>xylE</i> part to show the degradation of catechol into a product, which is then degraded into hydrocarbons using the PetroBrick or OleT enzyme.</p></li>
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<li><P>Modified an existing <i>xylE</i> part to show the degradation of <b>catechol into a product, which is then degraded into hydrocarbons</b> using the PetroBrick or OleT enzyme.</p></li>
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<li><P>Designed, built, and tested a functioning bioreactor system in which to house our toxin degrading strain.</p></li>
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<li><P>Designed, built, and tested a <b>functioning bioreactor</b> system in which to house our toxin degrading strain.</p></li>
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<li><P>Used flux variability analysis to optimize the production of our hydrocarbons, surpassing Washington’s previous results through modification of growth media.</p></li>
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<li><P>Used flux variability analysis to <b>optimize the production of our hydrocarbons</b>, surpassing Washington’s previous results through modification of growth media.</p></li>
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<li><P>Demonstrated the successful degradation of carbazole and DBT by our model strains.</p></li>
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<li><P>Demonstrated the successful <b>degradation of carbazole and DBT</b> by our model strains.</p></li>
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<li><P>Submitted sequenced BioBricks for the removal of nitrogen and sulfur from various compounds and mutagenized eight separate genes to remove illegal cut sites.</p></li>
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<li><P><b>Submitted sequenced BioBricks</b> for the removal of nitrogen and sulfur from various compounds and <b>mutagenized eight separate genes</b> to remove illegal cut sites.</p></li>
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<li><P>Submitted and characterized a new catalase generator as well as a novel oxido-reductase enzyme for use in our desulfurization project.</p></li>
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<li><P>Submitted and characterized a <b>new catalase generator</b> as well as a <b>novel oxido-reductase enzyme</b> for use in our desulfurization project.</p></li>
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<li><P>Had an amazing summer and learned a ton!</p></li></ul>
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<li><P><b>Had an amazing summer and learned a ton!</b></p></li></ul>
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Accomplishments

Our team had many accomplishments over the course of this summer.

In our Human Practices project, we...


In terms of FRED, we...

  • Constructed a transposon library in Pseudomonas, identifying two positive hits sensitive to a variety of tailings pond toxins.

  • Submitted and electrochemically characterized the function of two novel hydrolase enzymes from E. coli, demonstrating the validity and potential of a triple-output system with high sensitivity and little background noise.

  • Designed and wet-lab verified a kinetic model of electrochemical gene expression.

  • Designed both hardware and software for a biosensor prototype.


In terms of OCSAR, we..

  • Demonstrated the successful conversion of naphthenic acids into hydrocarbons using Washington 2011's PetroBrick.

  • Documented the functionality of an alternative enzyme to the PetroBrick (oleT) in producing alkenes from fatty acids.

  • Modified an existing xylE part to show the degradation of catechol into a product, which is then degraded into hydrocarbons using the PetroBrick or OleT enzyme.

  • Designed, built, and tested a functioning bioreactor system in which to house our toxin degrading strain.

  • Used flux variability analysis to optimize the production of our hydrocarbons, surpassing Washington’s previous results through modification of growth media.

  • Demonstrated the successful degradation of carbazole and DBT by our model strains.

  • Submitted sequenced BioBricks for the removal of nitrogen and sulfur from various compounds and mutagenized eight separate genes to remove illegal cut sites.

  • Submitted and characterized a new catalase generator as well as a novel oxido-reductase enzyme for use in our desulfurization project.

  • Had an amazing summer and learned a ton!