IGEM:Groningen/Notebook/iGEM 2011

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Description/Abstract

  • The aim of our project is to create a genetic circuit that will be able to count and memorize the occurrences of an input signal by using autoinducing loops and interfering RNA. Each increase of the counter will result in a different state of the system that will be expressed after adding a second input signal. The design of the circuit allows the system to be extended.

Notes

  • Next team meeting on Thursday, August 11th! Be there!


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