Team:NTNU Trondheim/Experiments and Results

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The two criteria we wanted fulfilled to initiate lysis and subsequent release of colicin were a low oxygen level and a high lactate level. A promoter activated by low oxygen level was already present in the registry (microaerobic Vgb promoter, <partinfo>BBa_K561001</partinfo>), but we found no suitable lactate induced promoter. Therefore, we decided to convert the promotor regulating the lldPRD operon in ''E.coli'' into a biobrick, and to use this biobrick in our project [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18263722 [1]].
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The two criteria we wanted fulfilled to initiate lysis and subsequent release of colicin were a low oxygen level and a high lactate level. A promoter activated by low oxygen level was already present in the registry (microaerobic Vgb promoter, <partinfo>BBa_K561001</partinfo>), but we found no suitable lactate induced promoter. Therefore, we decided to convert the promotor regulating the lldPRD operon in ''E.coli'' into a biobrick, and to use this biobrick in our project [[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18263722 1]].

Revision as of 14:08, 26 September 2012

Experiments and results

To make a genetic circuit releasing colicin as a response to a low oxygen level and a high lactate level, we needed several biobricks. For a detailed list of all biobricks present in our construct, see the biobricks page. A sketch showing our final construct built from all the necessary biobricks is also given below:

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Most of the biobricks we decided to use was already present in the registry, but we also needed biobricks with certain properties that was not present in the registry. These we had to make ourselves. The new bricks we made, that we also characterized, are the following; a protein coding brick for colicin E1, a YFP-generator, a regulative LacI-generator, which is also an improvement of an already existing biobrick, the lld promotor + RBS from E.coli, and the lld promotor + RBS from C.glutamicum.

This page will focus on the biobricks we have made, how we made them, and how we have characterized them to show that they work.


lld promotor + RBS from E.coli

The two criteria we wanted fulfilled to initiate lysis and subsequent release of colicin were a low oxygen level and a high lactate level. A promoter activated by low oxygen level was already present in the registry (microaerobic Vgb promoter, BBa_K561001), but we found no suitable lactate induced promoter. Therefore, we decided to convert the promotor regulating the lldPRD operon in E.coli into a biobrick, and to use this biobrick in our project [1].