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==Sub-cloning using Biobricks or Biofusion Vectors==
 
==Sub-cloning using Biobricks or Biofusion Vectors==
 
*Note: Many of these are protocols that I used and/or developed as a postdoctoral fellow in Pam Silver's lab.
 
*Note: Many of these are protocols that I used and/or developed as a postdoctoral fellow in Pam Silver's lab.
*[[NanoBio: BB Strategy | Strategy for Making Parts]]
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*[[NanoBio: Biobrick/Biofusion Strategy | Strategy for Making Parts]]
 
*[[NanoBio: Designing Parts or Genes| Designing Parts or Genes ]]
 
*[[NanoBio: Designing Parts or Genes| Designing Parts or Genes ]]
 
*[[NanoBio: Commonly Used Plasmids | Commonly Used Plasmids]]
 
*[[NanoBio: Commonly Used Plasmids | Commonly Used Plasmids]]
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*[[NanoBio: Site-Directed Mutagenesis | Site-Directed Mutagenesis]]
 
*[[NanoBio: Site-Directed Mutagenesis | Site-Directed Mutagenesis]]
 
*[[NanoBio: Restriction Digest | Restriction Digest]]
 
*[[NanoBio: Restriction Digest | Restriction Digest]]
*[[Silver: Quick & Dirty Digest & Ligation | Quick & Dirty Digest & Ligation]]
 
 
*[[Silver: Plasmid Verification | Plasmid Verification]]
 
*[[Silver: Plasmid Verification | Plasmid Verification]]
 
*[[NanoBio: Ligation | Ligation]]
 
*[[NanoBio: Ligation | Ligation]]

Revision as of 18:20, 29 January 2008

Nano Synth Bio

General Molecular Biology

Current Protocols in Molecular Biology

Sub-cloning using Biobricks or Biofusion Vectors

Genomic Integration into S. cerevisiae

Lipid Bilayers

Care of Synechocystis sp 6803

Primers

Recipes

Safety & Waste Disposal