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===Notebooks===
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[[SBB10Ntbk-ChrisAnderson | Chris Anderson]]<br>
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[[SBB10Ntbk-Intimin (native) | Your Name]]<br>
 
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[[SBB10Ntbk-Invasin (native, short) | Your Name]]<br>
 
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[[SBB10Ntbk-Intimin (refactored) | Your Name]]<br>
 
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[[SBB10Ntbk-ag43 Display (short) | Your Name]]<br>
 
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[[SBB10Ntbk-EhaB Autotransporter | Your Name]]<br>
 
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[[SBB10Ntbk-Tsh Autotransporter | Your Name]]<br>
 
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[[SBB10Ntbk-Magnetic Bead Peptide | Your Name]]<br>
 
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[[SBB10Ntbk-Beta Helix | Your Name]]<br>
 
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[[SBB10Ntbk-INP repeats | Your Name]]<br>
 
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[[SBB10Ntbk-Invasin (refactored, long) | Your Name]]<br>
 
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[[SBB10Ntbk-Invasin (refactored, long) | Your Name]]<br>
 
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[[SBB10Ntbk-Invasin (refactored, long) | Your Name]]<br>
 
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[[SBB10Ntbk-Invasin (refactored, long) | Your Name]]<br>
 
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[[SBB10Ntbk-Invasin (refactored, long) | Your Name]]<br>
 

Revision as of 11:28, 3 February 2010

UC Berkeley BioE140L: SynBio Bootcamp, Spring 2010

You've reached the main page for 2010 SynBio Bootcamp, an undergraduate course taught by Chris Anderson in UC Berkeley's Department of Bioengineering! Our group project is to make DNA modification devices for phagocytic metazoans. Our parts include those needed for a variety of transposon, integrase, and homologous recombination-based devices expressed in E. coli for delivery of DNAs into eukaryotic organisms. The best way to learn more about the project is to look at the individual parts being made on the Projects link.

Projects

Construction Files

Sequencing Log

Oligo Log

Personal Pages

Protocols

Gel pics

Notebooks

Chris Anderson

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