FliC with RBS and J23106 promoter
As shown in Figure 1G and 1H, this construct in pSB1C3 was able to restore swimming in a fliC knockout strain to near wild-type levels. These results are also shown in Figure 2.
Flic Motility Swarm Assay
Figure 1: FliC Swarm Motility Assays.
(A) DS941, (B) DS941 ΔfliC,
(C) DS941 ΔfliC + pSB1C3 fliC (no promoter), (D) DS941 ΔfliC + J23100 (mutant promoter) fliC,
(E) DS941 ΔfliC + J23116-fliC(1), (F) DS941 ΔfliC + J23116-fliC(2),
(G) DS941 ΔfliC + J23106-fliC(1), (H) DS941 ΔfliC + J23106-fliC(2)
Figure 2 - FliC Motility Histogram The promoters indicated in the histogram were used to drive the fliC biobrick K1463600 with the RBS B0034. Plasmids containing these constructs were used to complement a chromosomal fliC mutation. The diameter of swimming in a 16 hour swarm assay at 37 degrees is shown. The error bars indicate the range or results obtained in two repeats of the experiment. The strong J23100 promoter in this result contained a mutation rendering it inactive see K1463604.
For more information on the biobrick and methods used go to http://2014.igem.org/wiki/index.php?title=Team:Glasgow/Project/Mobility_Proteins#fliC
Sequence and Features
- 10COMPATIBLE WITH RFC
- 12Illegal NheI site found at 7
Illegal NheI site found at 30
- 21Illegal BamHI site found at 1306
- 23COMPATIBLE WITH RFC
- 25Illegal AgeI site found at 383
Illegal AgeI site found at 791
- 1000COMPATIBLE WITH RFC