Team:ColumbiaNYC/Composite Part

Columbia iGEM 2018

iGEM 2018 Kickoff!

Get ready for an exciting summer of biology! Our project will be based on diagnostics!

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Actual Project!

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This page is used by the judges to evaluate your team for the medal criterion or award listed below.

Delete this box in order to be evaluated for this medal criterion and/or award. See more information at Instructions for Pages for awards.

Composite Parts

A composite part is a functional unit of DNA consisting of two or more basic parts assembled together. BBa_I13507 is an example of a composite part, consisting of an RBS, a protein coding region for a red fluorescent protein, and a terminator.

New composite BioBrick devices can be made by combining existing BioBrick Parts (like Inverters, Amplifiers, Smell Generators, Protein Balloon Generators, Senders, Receivers, Actuators, and so on).

Note

This page should list all the composite parts your team has made during your project. You must add all characterization information for your parts on the Registry. You should not put characterization information on this page. Remember judges will only look at the first part in the list for the Best Composite Part award, so put your best part first!

Best Composite Part Special Prize

To be eligible for this award, this part must adhere to Registry sample submission guidelines and have been sent to the Registry of Standard Biological Parts. If you have a part you wish to nominate your team for this special prize, make sure you add your part number to your judging form and delete the box at the top of this page.

Please note: Judges will only look at the first part number you list, so please only enter ONE (1) part number in the judging form for this prize.