Team:Cambridge/turingpatterns

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* Planned to use similar quorum sensing mechanisms with the lux operon to detect activity. However, the lux operon would not work in a gram positive organism such as Bacillus therefore only E.coli could work.
* Planned to use similar quorum sensing mechanisms with the lux operon to detect activity. However, the lux operon would not work in a gram positive organism such as Bacillus therefore only E.coli could work.
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Research of the previous Team's work

iGEM Mexico 2007

  • Project Failed
  • Admitted were underfunded, no results shown

iGEM Mexico 2009

  • Apparently 11 out of 12 ligations were successful - they would have been able to test the system had the final ligation occurred.
  • The only experimental results were those demonstrating that AHL was initiating it's own transcription via the expression of GFP.

iGEM 2008 Cambridge team - iBrain

  • Planned to use similar quorum sensing mechanisms with the lux operon to detect activity. However, the lux operon would not work in a gram positive organism such as Bacillus therefore only E.coli could work.

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