Team:WITS-South Africa/parts

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== Mission Statement ==
== Mission Statement ==
Here at WITS, we’re serious about our synthetic biology; we like knowing that when you shove your (nitrile-gloved) hand into our box of bio bits you emerge with a fully-functional nut for your bolt.  So, hence, therefore, as a result we have decided to provide the entire life cycle of our BioBricks - over and above their behavioral characterization. From their genesis to gene synthesis, we’re giving you it all: snapshots of their sequences to our many guesses at their gels. Finally, you can rest assured that they sit happy in their bubble-wrapped plasmid packaging as we submit them off into the great lake of science - The Registry.     
Here at WITS, we’re serious about our synthetic biology; we like knowing that when you shove your (nitrile-gloved) hand into our box of bio bits you emerge with a fully-functional nut for your bolt.  So, hence, therefore, as a result we have decided to provide the entire life cycle of our BioBricks - over and above their behavioral characterization. From their genesis to gene synthesis, we’re giving you it all: snapshots of their sequences to our many guesses at their gels. Finally, you can rest assured that they sit happy in their bubble-wrapped plasmid packaging as we submit them off into the great lake of science - The Registry.     
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== List of Parts Submitted to The Registry ==
== List of Parts Submitted to The Registry ==
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Contents

Mission Statement

Here at WITS, we’re serious about our synthetic biology; we like knowing that when you shove your (nitrile-gloved) hand into our box of bio bits you emerge with a fully-functional nut for your bolt. So, hence, therefore, as a result we have decided to provide the entire life cycle of our BioBricks - over and above their behavioral characterization. From their genesis to gene synthesis, we’re giving you it all: snapshots of their sequences to our many guesses at their gels. Finally, you can rest assured that they sit happy in their bubble-wrapped plasmid packaging as we submit them off into the great lake of science - The Registry.

List of Parts Submitted to The Registry

Non-Composite Parts

Machine 1 Parts

Machine 2 Parts

  • PlcR Promoter: The PlcR-PapR fusion protein-responsive promoter
  • SpooA: The negative feedback regulator of the machine

Composite Parts

  • Machine 1: The entire composite of Machine 1
  • Machine 2: The entire composite of Machine 2



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