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Synthetic Biology (Spring2008): Computer Modelling Practicals

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Spring 2008

Instructor: Vincent Rouilly

TAs:

Room: to be defined

Welcome!

Announcements

  • You can find old announcements here

Computer Lab Overview

Practical 1: Introduction (3h)

  • Short Presentation: "All the models are wrong, but some of them are useful", George Box.
  • Short Presentation: CellDesigner Crash Course
    • Features and GUI
    • Kinetic Simulations
    • SBML
  • Hands-on: Build your first kinetic models.

Practical 2: Gene Expression Modelling (3h)

  • Constitutive Gene Expression
  • Activated and Repressed Gene Expression
  • Positive and Negative Feedback Gene Expression

Practical 3: Genetic Circuits Modelling (3h)

  • Genetic Inverter Characterisation
  • Repressilator Characterisation
  • Mystery Device Characterisation