Team:Evry/Achievements

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<li>We designed a new <a href="http://2012.igem.org/Team:Evry/GB#requirement">biobrick standard</a which allows one-shot coding device assembly, while still being compatible with the RFC10 standard</li>
<li>We demonstrated it <a href="http://2012.igem.org/Team:Evry/GB#GB">works</a> (still with a low efficiency) and that the protocol have to be further optimized</li>
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<li>We managed to assemble parts with a very high efficiency using Golden Gate and the GoldenBricks plasmids</li>
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<li>We <a href="http://2012.igem.org/Team:Evry/GB#GG">managed</a> to assemble parts with a very high efficiency using Golden Gate and the GoldenBricks plasmids</li>
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Revision as of 02:38, 27 September 2012

iGEM Evry 2012 achievements


Asides from having lots of fun, meeting great people, gathering around cheese and wine and lazying around the Genopole gardens during lunch break, we also did a little bit of work. Here is a list of our achievements:



  • We designed a multicellular hormonal system
  • We created an Auxin production (BBa_K812014) device for use in eukaryotes from the prokaryote one
  • We submitted the Tir1 (BBa_K812012) auxin detection device to the registry
  • We showed the first Synthetic ecosystem, with a unicellular chassis (E.coli) improved inside a multicellular chassis (Xenopus)

  • We designed a new biobrick standard
  • We demonstrated it works (still with a low efficiency) and that the protocol have to be further optimized
  • We managed to assemble parts with a very high efficiency using Golden Gate and the GoldenBricks plasmids

  • We used a multi-level approach to approach a physiological system with a general integrative model in which we plugged data from more detailed models
  • We sucessfully used Ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations and Guillespie Montecarlo algorithm to model detailed system in the tadpole

  • We submitted an extensive report of our conclusions about synthetic biology in vertebrates, which is the fruit of our long reflection we conducted over the summer.