Team:Stanford

Stanford 2018 iGEM team

Aflatoxins are a family of toxins produced by multiple fungi, including Aspergillus flavus. This toxin has proven to affect approximately 25% of crops in multiple plant species. Known to be a class I cancerogenic, aflatoxin poses a great danger to the health of multiple communities across the world. Stanford iGEM team has decided to develop a bacteria that is able to detect aflatoxins on plants utilizing a novel single-chain antibody prokaryotic two-hybrid system (SCAP2H), a prokaryotic version of the Y2H system modified to detect small molecules instead of protein interactions. We will build off of anti-aflatoxin antibodies designed by the 2017 Tsinghua team and the documented prokaryotic two-hybrid system

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Inspiration

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