Here's how part samples are sent to the Registry
Why do samples need to be shipped in pSB1C3?
Instructions on how to fill out the Registry's submission form.
Registry groups are provided with a submission kit to ship their part samples.
- Now that your part meets the Registry's submission requirements, you're ready to send a DNA sample:
- you'll need to fill out an online submission form
- prepare the physical shipment (aliquot DNA into tubes or wells)
- ship the DNA to iGEM HQ (include a tracking number)
Before you send your part...
Make sure you've read the requirements!
- Your part must:
- be BioBrick compatible. It does not contain the restriction sites: EcoRI, XbaI, SpeI, PstI
- be in pSB1C3 and flanked by the BioBrick prefix and suffix, unless granted an exemption by iGEM HQ. Why pSB1C3?
- be added to the Registry (it will have a part name, BBa_...).
- have its sequence entered into the Registry
When you are ready to send your part to the Registry, go to the DNA Submission main page. To begin the submission process click on Start a New DNA Submission Now.
- You will need to verify your information first:
- Check that your username and full name is correct.
- Select your group. This will be the iGEM Team or Lab you are sending the part on behalf of.
- Check email address and enter a contact number
- For 2016, 96 well plates are the only accepted format for sending part samples to the Registry:
- Follow the submission kit requirements for preparing your 96 well plate
- Provide any comments or special instructions about your entire shipment.
- If you cannot ship your part(s) with the submission kit contact hq (at) igem (dot) org first
Now you're ready to populate the submission form with the part samples that you will be shipping