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<p><span style="text-decoration:underline;font-weight:bold;">DREB1C - EYFP</span>: Although not developed in time for this year's iGEM competition. We had planned on developing a composite part that would respond specifically to cold response. This would provide a specific signal and not be as receptive to various stresses like RD29A. Under cold stress, this composite would express enhanced yellow fluorescent protein.</p>  
<p><span style="text-decoration:underline;font-weight:bold;">DREB1C - EYFP</span>: Although not developed in time for this year's iGEM competition. We had planned on developing a composite part that would respond specifically to cold response. This would provide a specific signal and not be as receptive to various stresses like RD29A. Under cold stress, this composite would express enhanced yellow fluorescent protein.</p>  
For more information on DREB1C, click <html><a href="http://2010.igem.org/Team:Nevada/DREB1C"><span style="color:#1569C7;font-weight:bold;">here</span></a></html>.  
For more information on DREB1C, click <html><a href="http://2010.igem.org/Team:Nevada/DREB1C"><span style="color:#1569C7;font-weight:bold;">here</span></a></html>.  
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Composite Parts

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rd29A – RFP: This composite is designed so that transformed plants will yield red fluorescent protein under cold, drought, or high soil salinity conditions. We were successful in developing cold-responsive red fluorescent NT cells in time for the jamboree. Please check out the Transformation Results.

For more information on rd29A, click here.

 

35S – GFP: This composite is designed so that transformed plants will have constitutive expression of green fluorescent protein. Having this constant expression provides the basis to measure any other inducible fluorescent proteins’ fluorescence relative to an internal control.

For more information on 35S, click here.

 

DREB1C - EYFP: Although not developed in time for this year's iGEM competition. We had planned on developing a composite part that would respond specifically to cold response. This would provide a specific signal and not be as receptive to various stresses like RD29A. Under cold stress, this composite would express enhanced yellow fluorescent protein.

For more information on DREB1C, click here.


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