Our team were aimed at adjusting the expression level of any existing promoter. Thus, we modified the Kozak sequence of the promoter in the plasmid BBa_K775004, a part from the University of the TU-Delft 2012 iGEM team. Our goal is to reduce the expression efficacy of this vector, and make it suitable to express a suicide gene for information destruction. To reduce the expression efficiency of this part in yeast, we modified the Kozak sequence by mutating the sequence “AAAAAA” to “GCCACC”. After that, our information destruction system was built and kill the information host yeast in a desired period of time. See more details in the basic part BBa_K2542014. We used the enhanced green fluorescent protein (EGFP) to test the effect of this modification. The generated plasmid allows a type yeast to sense the factor secreted by α-type yeast and express EGFP. Thus, when the promoter was activated by factor secreted by α-type yeast, the EGFP would be expressed. Thus, the EGFP expression would be the standard to tell the strength of our improved promoter.