Team:UC Chile/Cyanolux/Modelling

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This equation accounts for protein production and its included into this form of universal balance equation:
This equation accounts for protein production and its included into this form of universal balance equation:
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Where HL is protein´s half life
Where HL is protein´s half life
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The resulting plot of this equation predicts protein concentration over time.
The resulting plot of this equation predicts protein concentration over time.
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As a complement, we developed a list of relative promoter strengths. We took one promoter present in all datasets to make a relative scale, then,  we transformed it to an absolute scale using a promoter quantitatively characterized in literature by comparing it to the relative scale promoter.
As a complement, we developed a list of relative promoter strengths. We took one promoter present in all datasets to make a relative scale, then,  we transformed it to an absolute scale using a promoter quantitatively characterized in literature by comparing it to the relative scale promoter.

Revision as of 03:05, 27 October 2012

Project: Luxilla - Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, iGEM 2012