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Revision as of 15:02, 5 October 2010

Team ESBS-Strasbourg construction.jpg

Preliminary project description :

Inducible systems are used every day in labs, but chemical inducers have some limitations :

-Delayed induction (certain time between adding the chemical and seeing the result)

-Interference with host metabolism

-Only one way induction (once we add the chemical we cannot remove it)

-Chemicals are expensive

-Not always available

 

The aim of the ESBS-Strasbourg team is to create a “light controllable specific protein degradation system”, which will overpass the classical chemical induction limitations:

-Instant induction (no transcription and translation needed…)

-No interference with host metabolism

-Controllable (On/Off)

-Cheap

-Always available




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