Team:TU Delft/Project/tolerance/results

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==Salt tolerance==
We tested the growth of our bbc1 construct (biobrick # K398108) as stated in our characterization page.
We tested the growth of our bbc1 construct (biobrick # K398108) as stated in our characterization page.
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The results are visible in the following chart.
The results are visible in the following chart.
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Here one can see that the biobrick is indeed functional at concentrations greater then 0.3 M Sodium Chloride.
Here one can see that the biobrick is indeed functional at concentrations greater then 0.3 M Sodium Chloride.
The general increase in tolerance varies between 10 and 35% depending on the Sodium Chloride concentration.
The general increase in tolerance varies between 10 and 35% depending on the Sodium Chloride concentration.
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==Alkane tolerance==

Revision as of 12:13, 15 October 2010

Salt tolerance

We tested the growth of our bbc1 construct (biobrick # K398108) as stated in our characterization page.

The growth rates were determined for the exponential fase (using a trendline). The results are visible in the following chart.

TU Delft Salt tolerance.jpg

Here one can see that the biobrick is indeed functional at concentrations greater then 0.3 M Sodium Chloride. The general increase in tolerance varies between 10 and 35% depending on the Sodium Chloride concentration.

Alkane tolerance