IGEM:IMPERIAL/2008/New/Dry Lab

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<td width="40%" rowspan="4"><html><a href="http://openwetware.org/wiki/IGEM:IMPERIAL/2008/New/Dry_Lab"><img width="300px" src="http://openwetware.org/images/6/6d/Drylab_hub.png"></a></html><br>Welcome to the Drylab Hub! Our Dry Lab team is responsible for biological modelling of genetic circuits and growth curves for our genetically-engineered Biofabricator. The team also acquires data for motility assays and performs in-depth data analysis.
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<p>The Dry Lab group is responsible for all biological modelling in our project.</p>
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==Why the Dry Lab team does it==
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<p>In this section, you will find information about our modelling strategy and results for growth curves, genetic circuits and motility. In the '''Appendices''' section, you will find additional information such as programme codes and tutorials.</p>
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* Data aquisition (in the context of tracking bacterial motility) is required for characterisation of controlled ''EpsE'' expression as a means of controlling bacterial motility.
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* Modelling and hypothesis development are required for chassis and part characterisation
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==What the Dry Lab team would do next==
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* Motility analysis will facilitate evaluation of controlled motility
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* Data from wet lab experiments will inform model refinement, and will provide data for submission to the registry.
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The Dry Lab group is responsible for all biological modelling in our project.

In this section, you will find information about our modelling strategy and results for growth curves, genetic circuits and motility. In the Appendices section, you will find additional information such as programme codes and tutorials.


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