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'''DNA Measurement Protocol'''
 
'''DNA Measurement Protocol'''
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<br>1. Take the file box and place it upside down (after it's been emptied) so that there is now an area that will restrict as much light as possible from coming through in the pictures.<br>
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2. Place the hydrophobic slide in the center of the fluorimeter and align it so that the row of dots is directly in the middle of the blue lazer.<br>
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3. Using a pipet, place two droplets of water gently on the middle hole of the slide.<br>
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4. Next use the pipet to add two droplets of the PCR solution for the first sample with the two water droplets. This must be done cautiously so that the droplets will stay in the center and adhere to each other properly.<br>
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5. Turn on the light source on and place the fluorimeter as far back as possible inside the upside down box.<br>
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6. Turn the camera on a smart phone and adjust the settings accordingly. Inactivate the flash, set iso to 800 (or higher if possible), set white balance to auto, exposure to the highest setting, saturation to highest setting and contrast to the lowest setting.<br>
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7. Place a smartphone camera into the cradle and then move the cradle in front of the fluorimeter at the perfect distance for good resolution (may take some adjusting).<br>
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8. Take a picture of the mixture on the fluorimeter (best done if camera is on a timer so that you can fully close the box and avoid excess light exposure. <br>
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9. Repeat steps 2-8 for each sample. <br>
  
 
==Research and Development==
 
==Research and Development==

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Name: Jocelynn Christensen
Role: Research & Development Scientist
Name: Ryan Uchimura
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Name: Sam Zimmerman
Role: OpenPCR Machine Engineer)
Name: Adam Helland
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Name: Dakota Styck
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LAB 2 WRITE-UP


PCR Machine Improvements


Design Goals:
Expand Sample Size; which will increase efficiency
Add Tabs to the Bottom of the Lid; this will make it so that the user knows when the lid is on completely without crushing the samples.

Thermal Cycler Engineering

Our re-design is based upon the Open PCR system originally designed by Josh Perfetto and Tito Jankowski.


System Design


Key Features


Instructions





Protocols

Materials

Table Cell Table Cell
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Table Cell Table Cell
Table Cell Table Cell
Table Cell Table Cell
Table Cell Table Cell




PCR Protocol



DNA Measurement Protocol
1. Take the file box and place it upside down (after it's been emptied) so that there is now an area that will restrict as much light as possible from coming through in the pictures.
2. Place the hydrophobic slide in the center of the fluorimeter and align it so that the row of dots is directly in the middle of the blue lazer.
3. Using a pipet, place two droplets of water gently on the middle hole of the slide.
4. Next use the pipet to add two droplets of the PCR solution for the first sample with the two water droplets. This must be done cautiously so that the droplets will stay in the center and adhere to each other properly.
5. Turn on the light source on and place the fluorimeter as far back as possible inside the upside down box.
6. Turn the camera on a smart phone and adjust the settings accordingly. Inactivate the flash, set iso to 800 (or higher if possible), set white balance to auto, exposure to the highest setting, saturation to highest setting and contrast to the lowest setting.
7. Place a smartphone camera into the cradle and then move the cradle in front of the fluorimeter at the perfect distance for good resolution (may take some adjusting).
8. Take a picture of the mixture on the fluorimeter (best done if camera is on a timer so that you can fully close the box and avoid excess light exposure.
9. Repeat steps 2-8 for each sample.

Research and Development

Background on Disease Markers



Primer Design



Illustration