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<p align="justify">''B. subtilis'' is able to differentiate into cells with different morphologies and functions (Fig. 1 and Fig. 3). The most characteristic form is the endospore, which is produced under nutrient starvation. In our project, we will exploit the production of endospores. Because they are extremely stable, they are perfect vehicles for the display of functional fusion proteins on their surface as illustrated by our [http://2012.igem.org/Team:LMU-Munich/Spore_Coat_Proteins '''Sporo'''bead] module.
<p align="justify">''B. subtilis'' is able to differentiate into cells with different morphologies and functions (Fig. 1 and Fig. 3). The most characteristic form is the endospore, which is produced under nutrient starvation. In our project, we will exploit the production of endospores. Because they are extremely stable, they are perfect vehicles for the display of functional fusion proteins on their surface as illustrated by our [http://2012.igem.org/Team:LMU-Munich/Spore_Coat_Proteins '''Sporo'''bead] module.

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iGEM Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München Beadzillus

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The LMU-Munich team is exuberantly happy about the great success at the World Championship Jamboree in Boston. Our project Beadzillus finished 4th and won the prize for the "Best Wiki" (with Slovenia) and "Best New Application Project".

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