BYU iGEM/Notebook/24 January 2011

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* Can internal biomarkers be used by our E. coli if the cells die and are found in the stool?
* Can internal biomarkers be used by our E. coli if the cells die and are found in the stool?
* What biomarkers are common to most colon cancers?
* What biomarkers are common to most colon cancers?
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* What are the stages of cancer development and how much do signals change through the stages?
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* What are the stages of cancer development and how much do signals/biomarkers change through the stages?
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* ROS/ROM's ... do they reach the environment? What causes them? Are they a good signal?
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* Anatomy and pathophysiology of the cancer? What is a polyp? Where does it dump things out? Is a polyp made only of cancer, or is it made of mixed cells?

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24 January 2011

  • Can internal biomarkers be used by our E. coli if the cells die and are found in the stool?
  • What biomarkers are common to most colon cancers?
  • What are the stages of cancer development and how much do signals/biomarkers change through the stages?
  • ROS/ROM's ... do they reach the environment? What causes them? Are they a good signal?
  • Anatomy and pathophysiology of the cancer? What is a polyp? Where does it dump things out? Is a polyp made only of cancer, or is it made of mixed cells?
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