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<p>This year, the Evry iGEM team is bringing synthetic biology to multicellular organisms, opening the era of <em>synthetic physiology</em>. We created the <em>first parts for Xenopus</em>, and an <em>synthetic orthogonal  hormonal</em> system to link them together. We also created new tools for <em>modeling the tadpole</em> physiology, <em>assemble multiple parts</em> in a single shot, wrote a <em>guidebook</em> to help future teams and studied the <em>consequences of the arrival</em> of vertebrates in iGEM.</p>
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<p>This year, the Evry iGEM team is bringing synthetic biology to multicellular organisms, opening the era of <em>synthetic physiology</em>. We created the <em>first parts for Xenopus</em>, and an <em>synthetic orthogonal  hormonal</em> system to link them together. We also created new tools for <em>modeling the tadpole</em> physiology, <em>assemble multiple parts</em> in a single shot, wrote a <em>guidebook</em> to help future teams with <i>Xenopus</i> and studied the <em>consequences of the arrival</em> of vertebrates in iGEM.</p>
<p>You can have a look at our <a href="http://2012.igem.org/Team:Evry/Achievements">achievements page</a> or visit the universe of multicellular synthetic biology by clicking on the galaxy below !</p>
<p>You can have a look at our <a href="http://2012.igem.org/Team:Evry/Achievements">achievements page</a> or visit the universe of multicellular synthetic biology by clicking on the galaxy below !</p>

Revision as of 03:31, 27 October 2012

Welcome ot iGEM Evry's Wiki!

Welcome to the French Froggies Home Page!

This year, the Evry iGEM team is bringing synthetic biology to multicellular organisms, opening the era of synthetic physiology. We created the first parts for Xenopus, and an synthetic orthogonal hormonal system to link them together. We also created new tools for modeling the tadpole physiology, assemble multiple parts in a single shot, wrote a guidebook to help future teams with Xenopus and studied the consequences of the arrival of vertebrates in iGEM.

You can have a look at our achievements page or visit the universe of multicellular synthetic biology by clicking on the galaxy below !