IGEM:IMPERIAL/2008/New/Wet Lab

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<p>Our Wet Lab group is responsible for the development of BioBricks for our project, and for their genetic assembly into the required devices and systems.</p>
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<img width="300px" src="http://openwetware.org/images/d/de/Weblab_hub.png"></a></html><br><br>Welcome to the Wet Lab Hub! Our group focuses on the development of BioBricks for our project. We are also responsible for genetic assembly to produce the required devices and systems. In this section, you will find information on the critical pathway for our cloning strategy as well as experimental protocols and results. You will also find datasheets and characterisation of BioBricks that we have submitted to the iGEM Registry.
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<p>In this section, you will find information on the critical pathway for our cloning strategy as well as experimental protocols and results. You will also find datasheets and characterisation of BioBricks that we have submitted to the iGEM Registry.</p>
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Our Wet Lab group is responsible for the development of BioBricks for our project, and for their genetic assembly into the required devices and systems.
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In this section, you will find information on the critical pathway for our cloning strategy as well as experimental protocols and results. You will also find datasheets and characterisation of BioBricks that we have submitted to the iGEM Registry.
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Our Wet Lab group is responsible for the development of BioBricks for our project, and for their genetic assembly into the required devices and systems.

In this section, you will find information on the critical pathway for our cloning strategy as well as experimental protocols and results. You will also find datasheets and characterisation of BioBricks that we have submitted to the iGEM Registry.


Wet Lab Hub

Our Wet Lab group is responsible for the development of BioBricks for our project, and for their genetic assembly into the required devices and systems.

In this section, you will find information on the critical pathway for our cloning strategy as well as experimental protocols and results. You will also find datasheets and characterisation of BioBricks that we have submitted to the iGEM Registry.

Buttons are examples - text needs fixing (bad conversion from Powerpoint) and Biobricks & Char page needs moving



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