Ribosome Binding Site Family Member
Parts J61100-J61150 are a family of similar ribosome binding site basic parts identified from a saturation mutagenic library.
Library TCTAGAGAAAGANNNGANNNACTAGT J61100 tctagaGAAAGAGGGGACAAactagt J61101 tctagaGAAAGACAGGACCCactagt J61102 tctagaGAAAGATCCGATGTactagt J61103 tctagaGAAAGATTAGACAAactagt J61104 tctagaGAAAGAAGGGACAGactagt J61105 tctagaGAAAGACATGACGTactagt J61106 tctagaGAAAGATAGGAGACactagt J61107 tctagaGAAAGAAGAGACTCactagt J61108 tctagaGAAAGACGAGATATactagt J61109 tctagaGAAAGACTGGAGACactagt J61110 tctagaGAAAGAGGCGAATTactagt J61111 tctagaGAAAGAGGCGATACactagt J61112 tctagaGAAAGAGGTGACATactagt J61113 tctagaGAAAGAGTGGAAAAactagt J61114 tctagaGAAAGATGAGAAGAactagt J61115 tctagaGAAAGAAGGGATACactagt J61116 tctagaGAAAGACATGAGGCactagt J61117 tctagaGAAAGACATGAGTTactagt J61118 tctagaGAAAGAGACGAATCactagt J61119 tctagaGAAAGATTTGATATactagt J61120 tctagaGAAAGACGCGAGAAactagt J61121 tctagaGAAAGAGACGAGTCactagt J61122 tctagaGAAAGAGAGGAGCCactagt J61123 tctagaGAAAGAGATGACTAactagt J61124 tctagaGAAAGAGCCGACATactagt J61125 tctagaGAAAGAGCCGAGTTactagt J61126 tctagaGAAAGAGGTGACTCactagt J61127 tctagaGAAAGAGTGGAACTactagt J61128 tctagaGAAAGATAGGACTCactagt J61129 tctagaGAAAGATTGGACGTactagt J61130 tctagaGAAAGAAACGACATactagt J61131 tctagaGAAAGAACCGAATTactagt J61132 tctagaGAAAGACAGGATTAactagt J61133 tctagaGAAAGACCCGAGACactagt J61134 tctagaGAAAGACCGGAAATactagt J61135 tctagaGAAAGACCGGAGACactagt J61136 tctagaGAAAGAGCTGAGCAactagt J61137 tctagaGAAAGAGTAGATCAactagt J61138 tctagaGAAAGATATGAATAactagt J61139 tctagaGAAAGATTAGAGTCactagt
These parts are present in plasmid pSB1A2, but there is also a constitutive promoter (J23100-derived) inserted into the XbaI site. So, for example, the EcoRI/PstI region of part J61100 reads:
Biobrick 5' XbaI J23100 XbaI RBS Part Biobrick 3' gaattcgcggccgcttctagaGTTGACGGCTAGCTCAGTCCTAGGTACAGTGCTAGCTtctagaGAAAGAGGGGACAAactagtagcggccgctgcag
This feature in no way prevents the use of these parts in standard Biobrick assembly. Normal prefix insertion into EcoRI/XbaI will delete this promoter element. Suffix insertion into SpeI/PstI will retain this promoter, but it can of course be removed later by a prefix insertion.
Note also that the base 5' to the SpeI site is allowed to float in these parts and is therefore rarely "T". The "G" downstream of the XbaI site obeys the standard. Because the database does not permit variation at this position, the predicted sequences of composite parts derived from these parts will be incorrect at this position.
More on this family of parts and their quantitative behavior is described here.
Sequence and Features
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