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<h1>Parts</h1>
 
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In this site you can find all the parts iGEM team UPO-Sevilla had been working on.
 
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BioBricks names give you information about the kind of BioBrick and it is a good way to work with a big quantity of parts (see http://partsregistry.org/Help:BioBrick_Part_Names). But it is hard to write these long names in a microcentrifuge tube! That is why we used a second numerical name for each part. Numerical names are easier to work with in the lab and also to organize the work. You will see this codec next to standard names. This will help you to understand other issues of Bacterial Crowding project, as Circuits and Devices.
 
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                <caption>New BioBricks</caption>
 
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                        <th>Part Number</th>
 
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                        <th>iGEM ID</th>
 
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                        <th>Identity</th>
 
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                        <th>Type</th>
 
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                        <th>Origin</th>
 
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                        <th>Description</th>
 
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                        <td class="headRow" rowspan="4">Prh System</td>
 
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                        <td>UPO-04</td>
 
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                        <td>BBa_K367000</td>
 
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                        <td>prhA</td>
 
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                        <td>Coding sequence</td>
 
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                        <td>Synthesis</td>
 
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                        <td>Ralstonia solanacearum gene prhA, encoding an outer membrane protein
 
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                            that senses a signal on plant cell walls and transduces it through the
 
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                            bacterial cell envelop to stimulate transcription from several operons.
 
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                            Optimized sequence to be expressed in Escherichia coli.</td>
 
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                        <td>UPO-05</td>
 
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                        <td>BBa_K367001</td>
 
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                        <td>prhR</td>
 
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                        <td>Coding sequence</td>
 
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                        <td>Synthesis</td>
 
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                        <td>Ralstonia solanacearum gene prhR, encoding a membrane signal transduction
 
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                            protein involved in the Prh pathway. The nondiffusible plant cell wall
 
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                            signal is transduced by the N-terminal extension of PrhA to the C-terminal
 
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                            part of the transmembrane protein PrhR and then through PrhR across the
 
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                            cytoplasmic membrane. Optimized sequence to be expressed in Escherichia coli.</td>
 
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                        <td>UPO-06</td>
 
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                        <td>BBa_K367002</td>
 
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                        <td>prhI</td>
 
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                        <td>Coding sequence</td>
 
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                        <td>Synthesis</td>
 
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                        <td>Ralstonia solanacearum gene prhI, encoding an ECF sigma factor responsible
 
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                            for transcription dependent on the Prh signal transduction system. PrhI
 
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                            is activated by PrhR and then the sigma factor induces the expression by
 
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                            activating PprhJ promoter. Optimized sequence to be expressed in Escherichia coli.</td>
 
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                        <td>UPO-11</td>
 
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                        <td>BBa_K367008</td>
 
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                        <td>PprhJ</td>
 
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                        <td>Promoter</td>
 
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                        <td>Synthesis</td>
 
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                        <td>The PprhJ promoter region, responsive to plant cell contact via signal transduction
 
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                            by PrhA and PrhR and activation by ECF sigma factor PrhI. Optimized sequence to be
 
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                            expressed in Escherichia coli.</td>
 
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                        <td class="headRow" >Hybrid Protein</td>
 
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                        <td>UPO-07</td>
 
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                        <td>BBa_K367006</td>
 
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                        <td>fecA-prhA</td>
 
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                        <td>Coding sequence</td>
 
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                        <td>Synthesis</td>
 
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                        <td>Artificial coding sequence spanning the first 92 codons of fecA, encoding the signal
 
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                            peptide (aa. 1-33), the proposed Ton-box (aa. 54-63), fused to the distal end of
 
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                            the prhA coding sequence at the conserved GSGL motif (aa. 89-92). This hybrid
 
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                            protein allows to sense nondifusible signals and to transduce it by the well known
 
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                            Fec pathway. Optimized sequence to be expressed in Escherichia coli.</td>
 
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                        <td>UPO-08</td>
 
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                        <td>BBa_K367003</td>
 
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                        <td>fecA</td>
 
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                        <td>Coding sequence</td>
 
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                        <td>Made by PCR and SDM</td>
 
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                        <td>Gene fecA of Escherichia coli, encoding an outer membrane ferric citrate sensor that
 
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                            initiates signal transduction via FecR and FecI to activate transcription.</td>
 
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                        <td>UPO-28</td>
 
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                        <td>BBa_K367012</td>
 
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                        <td>fecI & fecR</td>
 
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                        <td>Two overlapping coding sequences</td>
 
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                        <td>Made by PCR and SDM</td>
 
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                        <td>fecI and fecR genes of Escherichia coli, encoding an ECF sigma factor and a membrane
 
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                            signal transduction protein respectively, involved in signal transduction of the ferric
 
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                            citrate-dependent Fec system. They have been synthesized in the same Biobrick because
 
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                            of their 4 bp overlap, not to reduce their expression. FecR protein interacts with the
 
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                            outer membrane sensor FecA and activates the sigma factor FecI, which acts over PfecA promoter region.</td>
 
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                        <td>UPO-12</td>
 
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                        <td>BBa_K367009</td>
 
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                        <td>PfecA</td>
 
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                        <td>Promoter</td>
 
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                        <td>Made by PCR</td>
 
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                        <td>Escherichia coli PfecA promoter region, repressed by Fur under iron excess, and
 
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                            induced by ferric citrate through the FecA-FecR signal transduction pathway and
 
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                            the FecI ECF sigma factor.</td>
 
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                        <td class="headRow" rowspan="2">Glutamate Synthetase</td>
 
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                        <td>UPO-17</td>
 
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                        <td>BBa_K367010</td>
 
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                        <td>gltD</td>
 
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                        <td>Coding sequence</td>
 
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                        <td>Escherichia coli gltD gene, encoding glutamate synthase beta subunit. Glutamate
 
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                            source of amine groups via transamination, and a chemoattractant for E. coli.</td>
 
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                        <td>UPO-18</td>
 
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                        <td>BBa_K367011</td>
 
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                        <td>gltB</td>
 
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                        <td>Coding sequence</td>
 
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                        <td>Escherichia coli gltB gene, encoding glutamate synthase alpha subunit. Glutamate
 
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