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Part:BBa_I746909:Experience

Designed by: Stefan Milde   Group: iGEM07_Cambridge   (2008-09-30)

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Applications of BBa_I746909

2019 iGEM team Gunma Japan

2019 iGEM team Gunma Japanvalidated this part in BL21(DE3).

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2018 iGEM team Linkoping Sweden

2018 iGEM team Linkoping Sweden validated this part.

The IPTG induction of BBa_I746909 was validated by expressing the protein in E. coli (BL21). Fluorescence was measured over 16 hours after IPTG induction and the bacteria was incubated at 37°C. Excitation was measured at 488 nm and emission at 510 nm. The optical density was measured at 600 nm. Different induction concentration of IPTG was used to stimulate the expression. Experiments were conducted in an infinite M1000 PRO plate reader. Graphs show the mean values of fluorescents per bacteria of 6 replicates. The error bars for Figure 2. represent the 95 % confidence interval. Results seem to indicate that 10 mM IPTG will give the most effective induction response and that the IPTG promoter is very sensitive. We make this statement from the fact that our smallest induction concentration (0,025mM) induced almost the same amount of fluorescence as our next strongest induction concentration (1mM).

Figure 1: The figure shows IPTG stimulation of the biobrick BBa_I746909 over 16 hours, the mesurments was carried out in a 96 well M1000 Pro plate reader at 37°C. Fluorescence was exited at 488 nm and emission was measured at 510 nm . Light scattering were excited at 600 nm.
Figure 2: The figure shows the end results after a 16 hour IPTG induction of BBa_I746909 at 37°C. The induction was carried out in a M1000 Pro plate reader. Fluorescence was excited at 488 nm and emission was measured at 510 nm . Light scattering was excited at 600 nm. The error bars represent a 95% confidence interval.


[http://2014.igem.org/Team:Imperial iGEM Team Imperial

IC-2014 glow1.jpg

IC-2014 glow2.jpg

We used this part as a template to make our own part (K1321337). We added Freiburg sites onto the existing sfGFP using overhang end primers during PCR. The part we made was sequence confirmed and showed very bright fluorescence, even when fused to our CBDs (cellulose binding domains).



[http://2014.igem.org/Team:Aachen iGEM Team Aachen

The iGEM Team Aachen used the biobrick I746909 to test their sensor chip technology.

Testing I746909 in sensor chips
I746909 in sensor chips induced with 2µl IPTG and measured with a plate reader. Top chip is not induced, bottom chip is induced with IPTG.

The biorbick I746909 was also used to test the measurement device WatsOn.

Testing I746909 in WatsOn
I746909 in sensor chips induced with 2µl IPTG and measured with WatsOn. Left chip is not induced, right chip is induced with IPTG.

2015 iGEM team Bielefeld-CeBiTec

2015 iGEM team Bielefeld-CeBiTec used this part and improved it by addition of a designed, translation enhancing 5'-untranslated region (5'-UTR; BBa_K1758100). You can find further information at BBa_K1758102).


In vivo characterization of sfGFP with and without our designed, translation enhancing 5'-untranslated region (5'-UTR; BBa_K1758100). Relative fluorescence units were normalized on OD600. Error bars represent standard deviation of triplicates. PT7-sfGFP: BBa_I746909 (this part); PT7-UTR-sfGFP: BBa_K1758102


As can be seen in the picture, the difference was observable with the naked eye as well.


Comparision of cultures expressing sfGFP with the optimized UTR and without. Left: BBa_K1758102, right: BBa_I746909 (this part)



[http://2014.igem.org/Team:Imperial iGEM Team Imperial

IC-2014 glow1.jpg

IC-2014 glow2.jpg

We used this part as a template to make our own part (K1321337). We added Freiburg sites onto the existing sfGFP using overhang end primers during PCR. The part we made was sequence confirmed and showed very bright fluorescence, even when fused to our CBDs (cellulose binding domains).



[http://2014.igem.org/Team:Aachen iGEM Team Aachen

The iGEM Team Aachen used the biobrick I746909 to test their sensor chip technology.

Testing I746909 in sensor chips
I746909 in sensor chips induced with 2µl IPTG and measured with a plate reader. Top chip is not induced, bottom chip is induced with IPTG.

The biorbick I746909 was also used to test the measurement device WatsOn.

Testing I746909 in WatsOn
I746909 in sensor chips induced with 2µl IPTG and measured with WatsOn. Left chip is not induced, right chip is induced with IPTG.

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