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According to literature (CITA!), the liminting step for the bacterial bioluminescent reaction is the substrate (n-decanal) concentration, therefore, to control the light emition over time we decided to control it´s abundance in the cells, which in our model is a function of the substrates generation (by Lux C, D, E and G enzymes) and consumption (by the LuxAB luciferase).
According to literature (CITA!), the liminting step for the bacterial bioluminescent reaction is the substrate (n-decanal) concentration, therefore, to control the light emition over time we decided to control it´s abundance in the cells, which in our model is a function of the substrates generation (by Lux C, D, E and G enzymes) and consumption (by the LuxAB luciferase).
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Project: Luxilla - Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, iGEM 2012