Team:Heidelberg/Notebook/Capsid Shuffling/ViroBytes

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Virobytes is a rational approach to fragment-based DNA shuffling of Adeno-associated viral Cap genes. The method is complementary to our conventional [http://2010.igem.org/Team:Heidelberg/Project/Capsid_Shuffling/Homology_Based homology based DNA shuffling]. ViroByte strategy is based on [http://2009.igem.org/Team:Alberta BioByte] protocol which have been modified in order to enable for randomized fragment assembly.
Virobytes is a rational approach to fragment-based DNA shuffling of Adeno-associated viral Cap genes. The method is complementary to our conventional [http://2010.igem.org/Team:Heidelberg/Project/Capsid_Shuffling/Homology_Based homology based DNA shuffling]. ViroByte strategy is based on [http://2009.igem.org/Team:Alberta BioByte] protocol which have been modified in order to enable for randomized fragment assembly.
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[[Image:Virobytes_shuff.jpg|thumb|350px|center|ViroBytes Assembly Scheme]]
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ViroBytes

Virobytes is a rational approach to fragment-based DNA shuffling of Adeno-associated viral Cap genes. The method is complementary to our conventional homology based DNA shuffling. ViroByte strategy is based on BioByte protocol which have been modified in order to enable for randomized fragment assembly.

ViroBytes Assembly Scheme