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[[Team:HokkaidoU_Japan/home_jp|日本語]]
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=[[Team:HokkaidoU_Japan/Projects|Projects]]=
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==[[Team:HokkaidoU_Japan/Projects|Dr. ''E. coli'' : The smallest protein injector in the world]]==
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Our main project is on Type III Secretion Apparatus which is one of the most amazing biological devices. This apparatus which looks like a syringe can pass a whole protein molecule from a bacterial cell to a target eukaryotic cell. However, this apparatus is an organelle of pathogenic gram-negative bacterium such as ''Salmonella'' and ''Yersinia''. So we are aiming at making this device safely available using ''E. coli''.
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==[[Team:HokkaidoU_Japan/Projects/PCR|PCR Based Assembly Protocol]]==
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Sometimes standard protocol fails to produce plasmid or BioBrick is toxic to host cell and can't be amplified. In moments like these PCR is handy. We think we might slightly improved it. You no longer have to guess if restriction was successful.
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=[[Team:HokkaidoU_Japan/Team|Team]]=
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The Hokkaido University's igem 2010 team, HokkaidoU_Japan is Japans 8th Our has one instructer and 7 undergrad students.They come from faculty of Sciences, Medicine and Agriculture. This is the first year we are participating in iGEM.
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=[[Team:HokkaidoU_Japan/Notebook|Notebook]]=
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The record of our triumphs and failures. Well big part of it is failures. But we did it.
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=[[Team:HokkaidoU_Japan/Protocols|Protocols]]=
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General protocols we used.
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;We registered two parts associated with main project. One is a signal sequence that can be used to secrete tagged proteins through Type III Secretion Apparatus. The other is whole reporter construct to checks whether the Type III secretion system works correctly.
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Also, we registerd one primer set which is useful for the PCR based protocol.
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=[[Team:HokkaidoU_Japan/Safety|Safety]]=
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Addressing bio safety concerns
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=Acknowledgements=
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== Laboratory and Personnel ==
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* Ken-ichi Yamazaki
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** Associate Professor/Environmental Molecular Biology/Graduate School of Environmental Earth Science/Hokkaido University
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*Hideaki Higashi
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** Associate Professor /Division of Molecular Oncology/ Institute for Genetic Medicine/ Hokkaido University
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* Hisatoshi Shida
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** Professor/Molecular Biology/Institute for Genetic Medicine/ Hokkaido University
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* Takashi Oohashi
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** Associate Professor /Division of Molecular Oncology/ Institute for Genetic Medicine/ Hokkaido University
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* Members of Yamazaki Lab
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*Masaaki Morikawa
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** Professor/Environmental Molecular Biology/Graduate School of Environmental Earth Science/Hokkaido University
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* Hidetoshi Okuyama
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** Associate Professor/Environmental Molecular Biology/Graduate School of Environmental Earth Science/Hokkaido University
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Thank you for letting us use some of the resources or equipment.
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==Academic Institutions==
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* Salmonella Genetic Stock Center/University of Calgary
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**Provided E.coli with BAC vector library coding for Type 3 Secretion Apparatus and SlrP signal
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* Graduate School of Environmental Earth Science
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* Department of biological science/School of Sciense
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* Institute for Genetic Medicine
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==Companies==
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* Amino Up Chemical
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* ECONIXE
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* Cosmo Bio
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* Mendel Workshop
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==Person==
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* Tadasu Emoto
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**Manager of ECONIXE
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Latest revision as of 10:51, 21 April 2011

English / 日本語


Projects

Dr. E. coli : The smallest protein injector in the world

   Our main project is on Type III Secretion Apparatus which is one of the most amazing biological devices. This apparatus which looks like a syringe can pass a whole protein molecule from a bacterial cell to a target eukaryotic cell. However, this apparatus is an organelle of pathogenic gram-negative bacterium such as Salmonella and Yersinia. So we are aiming at making this device safely available using E. coli.

PCR Based Assembly Protocol

   Sometimes standard protocol fails to produce plasmid or BioBrick is toxic to host cell and can't be amplified. In moments like these PCR is handy. We think we might slightly improved it. You no longer have to guess if restriction was successful.


Team

   The Hokkaido University's igem 2010 team, HokkaidoU_Japan is Japans 8th Our has one instructer and 7 undergrad students.They come from faculty of Sciences, Medicine and Agriculture. This is the first year we are participating in iGEM.


Notebook

    The record of our triumphs and failures. Well big part of it is failures. But we did it.


Protocols

    General protocols we used.


Parts

   We registered two parts associated with main project. One is a signal sequence that can be used to secrete tagged proteins through Type III Secretion Apparatus. The other is whole reporter construct to checks whether the Type III secretion system works correctly.

   Also, we registerd one primer set which is useful for the PCR based protocol.


Safety

   Addressing bio safety concerns






Acknowledgements

Laboratory and Personnel

  • Ken-ichi Yamazaki
    • Associate Professor/Environmental Molecular Biology/Graduate School of Environmental Earth Science/Hokkaido University
  • Hideaki Higashi
    • Associate Professor /Division of Molecular Oncology/ Institute for Genetic Medicine/ Hokkaido University
  • Hisatoshi Shida
    • Professor/Molecular Biology/Institute for Genetic Medicine/ Hokkaido University
  • Takashi Oohashi
    • Associate Professor /Division of Molecular Oncology/ Institute for Genetic Medicine/ Hokkaido University
  • Members of Yamazaki Lab
  • Masaaki Morikawa
    • Professor/Environmental Molecular Biology/Graduate School of Environmental Earth Science/Hokkaido University
  • Hidetoshi Okuyama
    • Associate Professor/Environmental Molecular Biology/Graduate School of Environmental Earth Science/Hokkaido University

Thank you for letting us use some of the resources or equipment.

Academic Institutions

  • Salmonella Genetic Stock Center/University of Calgary
    • Provided E.coli with BAC vector library coding for Type 3 Secretion Apparatus and SlrP signal
  • Graduate School of Environmental Earth Science
  • Department of biological science/School of Sciense
  • Institute for Genetic Medicine

Companies

  • Amino Up Chemical
  • ECONIXE
  • Cosmo Bio
  • Mendel Workshop

Person

  • Tadasu Emoto
    • Manager of ECONIXE