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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 metazoansOur 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.
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You've reached the main page for 2011 SynBio Bootcamp, an undergraduate course taught by Chris Anderson in UC Berkeley's Department of Bioengineering!  Our group project is to develop a set of "stress" parts that respond to the toxicity of certain expressed proteinsThe goal is to have materials for categorizing the types of toxicities that occur in the cell as well as parts that can be used for feedback regulation of toxic genes.  The best way to learn more about the project is to look at the individual parts being made on the Projects link.
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UC Berkeley BioE140L: SynBio Bootcamp, Spring 2011

You've reached the main page for 2011 SynBio Bootcamp, an undergraduate course taught by Chris Anderson in UC Berkeley's Department of Bioengineering! Our group project is to develop a set of "stress" parts that respond to the toxicity of certain expressed proteins. The goal is to have materials for categorizing the types of toxicities that occur in the cell as well as parts that can be used for feedback regulation of toxic genes. The best way to learn more about the project is to look at the individual parts being made on the Projects link.

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Wei-Chun (Jim) Hsu
Jenna Kelleher
Amy Kristofferson
Apple Liu
Jose Gutierrez
Raffi Hagopian
Carolyn Kwok
Jeni Lee
Michel Nofal
Zhen Zong Huang
Kai Mesa
Paulina Tran
Joanna Chen
Andrew Saarni
Ben Bubenheim
Dorothy Tulanont
Daniel Sedor
Maziar Behtash
Jing Luo

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