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Throughout this wiki there are words in bold that indicate a relevance to human aspects. It will become obvious that human aspects are a part of almost everything in iGEM.

Attributions and Contributions

For iGEM 2010, the description of each project must clearly attribute work done by the team and distinguish it from work done by others, including the host labs, advisors, and instructors...

The BioBrick constructs for the BRIDGE protocol were made by Maria.
The BRIDGE protocol was adapted from the Gene Bridges Red/ET protocol by Maria. All control experiments designed and carried out by Maria.

The Bacterial bridges (FORTH) project was divided into 6 parts:
- The wild type luciferase was characterised and submitted by Will and Lu
- The red luciferase was mutated, characterised and submitted by Will
- The luxAB-lumP fusion was succesfully completed and submitted by Richard
- The green light sensor was designed, made and submitted by Will and Lu
- The LovTap characterisation experiment was designed and carried out by Marta
- The red light sensor was reconstructed and characterised by Richard

The modelling components of the project were undertaken by John and Donal, building on previous unrelated work by Ty Thomson (the BioBrick framework and the core repressilator). John created the genomic and bacterial models, while Donal worked on the tools and the signalling model.

The human practices component of the project was the responsibility of Matt, with guidance from Emma Frow and Jane Calvert. The entire team (and others as appropriate) pitched in whenever possible, for example in helping to define terms and write self-reflective essays.

The Epic was the brainchild of Maria and Hannah, who were supported in writing it by John and Richard.

Poster, presentation, and wiki design was done by Matt. Credit (and discredit) for wiki implementation goes to John.

Gilbert was thrown about. Kenny cheered us on. Fun was had by all.