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==General Notes==
 
==General Notes==
 
*'''Stock Oligos''': reconstituted (50uM for non-biotinylated oligos, 200uM for biotinylated) oligos in wells or tubes
 
*'''Stock Oligos''': reconstituted (50uM for non-biotinylated oligos, 200uM for biotinylated) oligos in wells or tubes
 
*'''Pre-working Stocks''': mixtures of 10uM of each oligo needed for a "class" of oligos (ex. core, barrel, lid1, lid2); for non-biot oligos, this requires 10uL of each of the necessary stock oligos, for biot-oligos, this requires 2.5uL of stock oligos + 7.5uL dH2O
 
*'''Pre-working Stocks''': mixtures of 10uM of each oligo needed for a "class" of oligos (ex. core, barrel, lid1, lid2); for non-biot oligos, this requires 10uL of each of the necessary stock oligos, for biot-oligos, this requires 2.5uL of stock oligos + 7.5uL dH2O
*'''Working Stocks''': mixtures of however-many-oligos-are-in-each-class uL (ex. if there are 94 oligos in the core class of 3.2's design, use 94uL of the core pre-working stock), diluted to a total of 200uL of solution (each individual oligo will be at 250uM)
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*'''Working Stocks''': mixtures of however-many-oligos-are-in-each-class uL (ex. if there are 94 oligos in the core class of 3.2's design, use 94uL of the core pre-working stock), diluted to a total of 200uL of solution (each individual oligo will be at 250nM)
  
 
==Brainstorming and future projects==
 
==Brainstorming and future projects==

Latest revision as of 16:10, 5 September 2006


Daily notebook

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General Notes

  • Stock Oligos: reconstituted (50uM for non-biotinylated oligos, 200uM for biotinylated) oligos in wells or tubes
  • Pre-working Stocks: mixtures of 10uM of each oligo needed for a "class" of oligos (ex. core, barrel, lid1, lid2); for non-biot oligos, this requires 10uL of each of the necessary stock oligos, for biot-oligos, this requires 2.5uL of stock oligos + 7.5uL dH2O
  • Working Stocks: mixtures of however-many-oligos-are-in-each-class uL (ex. if there are 94 oligos in the core class of 3.2's design, use 94uL of the core pre-working stock), diluted to a total of 200uL of solution (each individual oligo will be at 250nM)

Brainstorming and future projects

Thrombin-aptamer experiments

Questions / procedures

  • what percent gel? 10% to 20% polyacrylamide gels, no SDS (but would make for a good control)
  • what incubation conditions?
  • how much protein and DNA? protein at 1 μM, DNA at 2 μM
  • Coomassie stain

Experiments

number thrombin aptamer nanotube DNA-stained prediction protein-stained prediction
0 - - - no bands no bands
1 - - + slow band (nanotube) no bands
2 - + - fast band (aptamer) no bands
3 - + + slow band (aptamer-nanotube), traces of fast band (aptamer) no bands
4 + - - no bands fast band (thrombin)
5 + - + slow band (nanotube) fast band (thrombin)
6 + + - medium band (aptamer-thrombin), fast band (aptamer) medium band (aptamer-thrombin), traces of fast band (thrombin)
7 + + + very slow band (thrombin-aptamer-nanotube), slow band (aptamer-nantotube), traces of fast band (aptamer) very slow band (thrombin-aptamer-nanotube), medium band (aptamer-thrombin), traces of fast band (thrombin)

Buffers

  • Macaya's and Bock's selection buffer: 20 mM Tris-acetate, pH 7.4, 140 mM NaCl, 5 mM KCl, 1 mM CaCl2, 1 mM MgCl2
  • Liu's incubation buffer: 40 mM Tris, 20 mM CH3COOH, 2mM EDTA, 12.5 mM (CH3COO)2Mg, pH 8.0
  • Liu's PAGE buffer: 1x TAE/Mg2+