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Uppsala Chromoprotein Collection
Group: Team Uppsala
The 2011 Uppsala iGEM team centered their iGEM project around a library of reporter proteins with a focus on chromoproteins. The 2012 and 2013 teams, while having very different projects, continued the previous years' work alongside their projects.
This has resulted in a large collection of chromoproteins, with sequence confirmed samples, that can also be found in the yearly distribution kits.
Update: Composite Parts
If you synthesized or used a different assembly system to create a composite part, you can now enter specific scars between subparts. If you have any issues with functionality, please contact hq (at) igem (dot) org.
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