Team:UNAM-Genomics Mexico/Notebook

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==Synthetic Biology==
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This is defined as attempting to manipulate living objects as if they were man-made machines, specifically in terms of genetic engineering. See more [[Team:UNAM-Genomics_Mexico/About/Synthetic_Biology|here]].
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==iGEM==
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iGEM is the International Genetically Engineered Machines Competition, held each year at MIT and organized with support of the Parts Registry. See more [[Team:UNAM-Genomics_Mexico/About/iGEM|here]].
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==Genomics==
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We are students on the Genomic Sciences program at the Center for Genomic Sciences of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, campus Morelos. See more [[Team:UNAM-Genomics_Mexico/About/CCG|here]].
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==Notebook==
==Notebook==
Our notebook is organized in different main sections to facilitate the access and exchange of information. We will be updating it, so new sections and notes will be added continuously. Besides, all members´ notes are available at our respective Open Wet Ware profiles. Please check the [[Team:UNAM-Genomics_Mexico/Team| Team]] page for more information.
Our notebook is organized in different main sections to facilitate the access and exchange of information. We will be updating it, so new sections and notes will be added continuously. Besides, all members´ notes are available at our respective Open Wet Ware profiles. Please check the [[Team:UNAM-Genomics_Mexico/Team| Team]] page for more information.
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*[http://openwetware.org/wiki/User:Claudia_Hernandez#Modeling_the_inBlue-outRed_system Blue light transmitter: LuxAB genes].'''''Description:''''' Theorical data.Photon flux density expected.
*[http://openwetware.org/wiki/User:Claudia_Hernandez#Modeling_the_inBlue-outRed_system Blue light transmitter: LuxAB genes].'''''Description:''''' Theorical data.Photon flux density expected.
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Notebook

Our notebook is organized in different main sections to facilitate the access and exchange of information. We will be updating it, so new sections and notes will be added continuously. Besides, all members´ notes are available at our respective Open Wet Ware profiles. Please check the Team page for more information.

Meetings journal



inBlue-outRed system


Wetlab advances

Modeling advances

  • Parameters. Description: Quantum Yield, Luminiscense Formula, Activity constant of the luminescence reaction.


inRed-outGreen system


Wetlab advances

Modeling advances

inGreen-outBlue system


Wetlab advances

Modeling advances

iGEM

iGEM is the International Genetically Engineered Machines Competition, held each year at MIT and organized with support of the Parts Registry. See more here.

Synthetic Biology

This is defined as attempting to manipulate living objects as if they were man-made machines, specifically in terms of genetic engineering. See more here.

Genomics

We are students on the Genomic Sciences program at the Center for Genomic Sciences of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, campus Morelos. See more here.

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