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There are two specific features that will be upgraded in the OpenPCR machine - the case and the power source.  The case will be changed from a thin wood to a more durable plastic, so that the device can be taken out into the field.  The device will also have solar panels, which will provide for the power.  This shift allows the device to be used where electricity is not always available, such as the third world.  When combined, these two features open the device up to a larger market.   
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There are two specific features that will be upgraded in the OpenPCR machine - the case and the power source.  The case will be changed from a thin wood to a more durable plastic, so that the device can be taken out into the field.  The device will also have solar panels, which will provide for the power.  This shift allows the device to be used where electricity is not always available, such as rural and undeveloped regions.  When combined, these two features open the device up to a larger market.   
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OUR TEAM

Name: Frances LakersRole:Protocol Planner
Name:
Frances Lakers
Role:
Protocol Planner
Name: Tyler TamasauckasRole:Protocol Planner
Name:
Tyler Tamasauckas
Role:
Protocol Planner
Name: Jeffery RamirezRole:R&D Specialist
Name:
Jeffery Ramirez
Role:
R&D Specialist
Name: Alexander Baldwin Role:Machine Design
Name:
Alexander Baldwin
Role:
Machine Design

LAB 2 WRITE-UP

Thermal Cycler Engineering

Our re-design is based upon the Open PCR system originally designed by Josh Perfetto and Tito Jankowski.


System Design


Key Features

There are two specific features that will be upgraded in the OpenPCR machine - the case and the power source. The case will be changed from a thin wood to a more durable plastic, so that the device can be taken out into the field. The device will also have solar panels, which will provide for the power. This shift allows the device to be used where electricity is not always available, such as rural and undeveloped regions. When combined, these two features open the device up to a larger market.

Instructions

The instructions would remain the same, as the solar panel array would come attached to the plastic on the device's top side.




Protocols

Materials


PCR Protocol
Supplied in Kit

Item Quantity

Supplied by User

Item Quantity

DNA Measurement Protocol

Research and Development

Background on Disease Markers



Primer Design



Illustration


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