monthly diary

We found a new team—USTC 2018! At the end of the term, the new team members gathered together in the 363 lab, where we will start and finish our project this year. The old members shows fresh men how to do molecular experiments and edit gene. Wow, we are just ready to make some amazing things.

All the members are divided into different groups before winter holiday begins. The Group leaders pick some excellent project done by other team for new members, which make them know the project in the iGEM competition. Then, it’s time for us to think and put forward a project ourselves.


It’s surprised that we have came up with so much novel ideas during the brainstorm. All the ideas are so interesting that it’s hard to choose one. So We do research in project groups to get further information about each projects.

And here are some ideas that hopefully may become candidates for our project.
Nicotine-degrading bacteria
The treatment of Lime concretion black soils
Using Vibrio anguillarum to treat biofilm
Eliminate mercury pollution in nature
A bacterium capable of extracting a plasmid by itself
The self-evolution of bacteria
Helps remove scars from bacteria
JS: Project—From putting forward to giving up

We meet once a week and arguing fiercely for the different project. At the end of this month, We have selected three candidate projects.

1.Using the QSI system to manage the problems bringing by biofilms
2.Treatment of tobacco waste
3.Governance heavy metals

So we divide team members into three groups again to determine our final project.


We registered the team on the and everyone join in the team USTC! We really make more research about the three projects and we are confident that we will get good results this year for all the projects are amazing. But we need to make a decision as soon as possible because of time constraints.

And we begin to make pre-experiment to make sure that we can finish our project on time.

Non-biological students are very interested in the experiments of extracting plasmid, and we are very happy for the team members improving their experimental skills.

Congratulations! We have decided our project “TW”, and now we can concentrate on completing our project. But it’s not a good idea for us that our gene circuit is a little bit complicated. We have to hurry to do experiment to make sure that we can finish our project on time.

As we order the genes of the sensing system from IDT, we plan to construct our regulation system firstly.

We meet a few trouble that the gene from the iGEM Distribution Kit is NOT right? It cost us some time to choose another gene in the kit. And finally we successfully get the correct gene we need at the end of June.

Double digestion of luxR
Double digestion of luxR

The summer holiday has came and we can do experiment in 363 from now on. How Wonderful!I believe that we can finish our project on time now.

At the end of July, we almost finish the Regulation System, in the way of assembling the Bio-brick from the Kit. I can't wait to see our system work now.

double digestion of JT

double digestion of JT

double digestion of PI

double digestion of PI

At the same time, we also start to construct the key system—degradation system, which includes three enzymes to convert nicotine to useful drugs.

purifaction of nicA2
purifaction of nicA2

In order to conduct on-the-spot investigations and understand the treatment of Tobacco fertilizer in our lives, we used the holiday to visit the Hefei Cigarette Factory and do further research. We have learned a lot from it. Details can be found in our Human Practice.



And we take part in the Fifth International InterLab Measurement Study. We are very delighted that we have completed the work of interlab and got accepted. Hoping that our work can make some contributions to the future work of Interlab measurement study.





Of course, sometimes we also encounter some frustrating failures…Like this…

Where is my dna
where is my dna?

We have received the gene synthesized by IDT. Now we can start to construct our sensing system. But we get nothing when we make PCR using these genes as template. And we heard the same unfortunate news from other iGEM teams from China. Oh, it’s too terrible and we have to commission another company to synthesis our genes, and the time for us to finish our experiment is little.

As we are not very sure which are the most suitable promoter for our sensing system, we ask our modeling group for help. But their ideas do not make us satisfied, because it will spend too much time. Now JS is nearly mad for he have to try thirty promoters one by one.

At the end of August we go to the ShanghaiTech University to take part in the fifth ccic (Conference of China iGEMer Community). We communicated with other iGEM teams, showing our project and sharing our experience.





Very lucky, we meet Miss Meagan in ShanghaiTech University. We eat dinner together and have a pleasant conversation, talking about our team, our experience and improvement in the competition, the development of Synthetic biology in China and the After iGEM for the iGEMers.

It’s not very good news for us that the summer holiday is over and we haven’t finished our project, which means we have less time to stay in the lab than holiday. Fortunately, we get some suggestions and help from our seniors whom were iGEMers before. They help us to improve our project, especially in our modeling.

Although we are busy in study, we also seen ind time the lab and try to make the project better. Thanks to all people’s help, we finally finish our regulation system and degradation system, and our sensor is going to be finished.

In this month we share our ideas with our classmates and teachers, talking with them the harm of nicotine and what our project can help. They show interest in our systems and give some advice about making more people understand our work.

As the day of wiki freeze is closer and closer, we are busy in editing our wiki, organizing data and figure which analyzed from our experiment.


Plasmid Extraction

1.Centifuge 1.5 mL bacterium solution at 11000 rpm for 2 minutes. Remove the supernatant. Repeat twice.
2.Add 250 μL Buffer P1, resuspend cells.
3.Add 250 μL Buffer P2, mix well, 3 min's standing.
4.Add 350 μL Buffer P3, mix well.
5.13400 rpm centifuge 10 min, move all supernatant to adsorption column, 11000 rpm centifuge 30 s, discard filtrate.
6.Add 500 μL Buffer DW1, 12000 rpm centifuge 30 s, discard filtrate.
7.Add 500 μL Wash Solution, 12000 rpm centifuge 30 s, discard filtrate. Repeat once.
8.12000 rpm centifuge 1 min.
9.Lying for 10 min.
10.Put the adsorption column in a new EP tube. Add 50 μL 50°C ddH2O, 10 min's standing, 12000 rpm centifuge 1 min. Preserve in the EP tube with ddH2O at 4 degree Celsius.
After extraction, we measured the OD A260/A280, OD A260/A230 and the density of plasmids.

Extraction of bacterial genome

1.Centifuge 1.5 mL bacterium solution at 8000 rpm for 1 minute. Remove the supernatant. Repeat twice.
2.Add 400 μL Buffer Digestion, resuspend cells.
3.Put the tube in 65 ° C water bath 1 h until the cells are completely lysed.
4.Add 200 μL Buffer PB, mix well.
5.Standing at -20℃ for 5 min.
6.10000 rpm centifuge 5 min, move all supernatant to a new clean EP tube.
7.Add an equal volume of isopropanol, invert it 5~8 times and mix well. Standing for 2-3 min.
8. 11000 rpm centifuge 30 s, discard filtrate.
9.Add 1 mL 75% Ethanol, Rinse upside down for 1~3 min, 10000 rpm centifuge 2 min, discard filtrate. Repeat once.
10.Lying for 10 min.
11.Put the adsorption column in a new EP tube. Add 50 μL TE Buffer Preserve in the EP tube with ddH2O at 4 degree Celsius.

Restriction digests

1.Set up the following reaction on ice:

component Volume(µl)
DNA X(200ng~1µg)
Restriction enzyme 0.5~2 µl
Green Buffer 2
nuclease-free water Up to 20 µl

2.Vortex briefly.

3.Incubate at 37°C for at least 60 minutes.

Making a gel

To make a 1% agarose gel:
1.Weigh out 0.4g of agarose powder
2.Transfer to a microwave bottle
3.Pour 40mL of 1x TAE buffer into the bottle
4.Microwave until clear
5.Pour the gel and let it polymerize until it is solid.

Agarose Gel-electrophoresis

1.Add the appropriate 6x DNA loading Buffer to the PCR or digestion reaction mixture.
2.Place the gel into the electrophoresis tank and pour 1x TAE buffer
3.Pipet the DNA into the gel pockets.
4.Run the gel at 120V for 30 min.
5.Image the gel using ultraviolet light. If necessary, cut out bands.

Gel Extraction using Omega Kit

1.Perform agarose gel electrophoresis to fractionate DNA fragments.
2.Minimize the size of the gel slice by removing extra agarose.
3.Add 1 volume Binding Buffer (XP2).
4.Incubate at 50°C-60°C for 7 minutes or until the gel has completely melted. Vortex or shake the tube every 2-3 minutes.
5.Insert a HiBind DNA Mini Column in a 2 mL Collection Tube.
6.Add no more than 700 μL DNA/agarose solution from Step 4 to the HiBind DNA Mini Column.
7.Centrifuge at 10,000g for 1 minute at room temperature.
8.Discard the filtrate and reuse collection tube.
9. Repeat Steps 6-8 until all of the sample has been transferred to the column. Add 300 μL Binding Buffer (XP2).
10. Centrifuge at maximum speed for 1 minute.
11. Discard the filtrate and reuse collection tube.
12.Add 700 μL SPW Wash Buffer.Centrifuge at maximum speed for 1 minute at room temperature.Discard the filtrate and reuse collection tube.
13.Repeat Step 12 once.
14.Centrifuge the empty HiBind DNA Mini Column for 2 minutes at maximum speed to dry the column matrix.
15.Lying for 10 min.
16.Put the HiBind DNA Mini Column in a new EP tube. Add 30 μL 50°C ddH2O, 10 min's standing, maximum speed centifuge 1 min. Preserve in the EP tube with ddH2O at 4 degree Celsius.

Transformation of competent cells

1.Take the competent bacteria from refrigerator and incubate them into ice about 5 mins until it is dissolved
2.Absorb 100pg to 10 ng plasmid and mix it with bacteria solution thoroughly. ATTENTION: Please operate this step tenderly!!!
3.Put the tubes on the ice about 30 mins.(Time SHOULD BE ACCURATE)
4.Make a heat shock at 42 degree centigrade about 90 sec (TIME SHOULD BE ACCURATE)
5.Put the tubes on the ice about 5 mins again.
6.Add 900 ul LB medium into EP tubes and cultivate the bacteria at 37 degree centrigrade about 1 hours .
7.Centrifuge them at 4000 rpm about 2 mins and we will see sediment in the tubes.
8.Discard the supernatant liquid and leave about 200 ul medium.
9.Coat plate: add 200 ul solution in a large plate.
10.Cultivate these bacteria overnight for further use.

Preparation of CaCl2 competent cells

1.Pick up some bacterial solution with the inoculating loop and inoculate it onto the anti-LB plate by plate scribing.
2.Incubate at 37⁰C overnight.
3.Pick colonies in 5 mL EP tubes without anti-LB liquid mediumIncubate at 37⁰C, shaking at 250rpm for 6 hours.
4.Transfer 2 mL of bacterial solution to 200 mL of LB liquid medium at 37 ° C shaker until the OD value reaches 0.4.
5.Transfer the medium to a 50 mL pre-cooled centrifuge tube and place on ice for 30 min.
6.Spin down for 15 minutes at 4000rpm at 4⁰C.
7.Discard supernatant, resuspend pellet in 30ml of 80mM CaCl2-20mM MgCl2, keep on ice.
8.Spin down for 15 minutes at 2700rpm at 4⁰C.
9.Discard supernatant, resuspend pellet in 2mL 100mM CaCl2-18% glycerin, keep on ice,then dispense to EP tube.
10.Store at -80℃ for further use.


1.Set up the following reaction on ice:

component Volume(µl)
Insert DNA 3:1 molar excess over vector
Linearized vector DNA X(100ng)
T4 DNA Ligase 0.4
10x T4 DNA Ligase Buffer 2
Sterilized distilled water up to 20 μl

2.Vortex thoroughly and spin briefly.

3.Incubate the mixture at 16℃ overnight.

Polymerase Chain Reactions (PCRs)

1.Set up the following reaction on ice:

component Volume(µl)
PrimeSTAR Max Premix (2X) 25
Primer 1 1
Primer 2 1
Template 1 &#60 200 ng *
Sterilized distilled water up to 50 μl

2.PCR Conditions

step temperature time
1 95℃ 10min
2 98℃ 10 sec
3 55℃ 5 sec. or 15 sec.
4 72℃ 5 sec./kb
30 cycles(step 2 ~ step 4)
5 72℃ 10 min

3.Store at 4℃ for further use.

Purification of PCR product

1.Transfer the PCR reaction or enzymatic reaction to a clean 1.5 ml centrifuge tube and add 5 volumes Buffer B3, mix well.
2.Transfer all the mixture to the adsorption column and centrifuged at 8,000 × g for 30 sec, discard filtrate.
3.Add 500 μL Wash Solution, 12000 rpm centifuge 30 s, discard filtrate. Repeat once.
4.12000 rpm centifuge 1 min.
5.Lying for 10 min.
6.Put the adsorption column in a new EP tube. Add 20~30 μL 50°C ddH2O, 10 min's standing, 12000 rpm centifuge 1 min. Preserve in the EP tube with ddH2O at 4 degree Celsius.

Performing the Seamless Cloning Reaction

component Volume(µl)
Fragments X
Linearized vector X(50ng)
Sterilized distilled water up to 20 μl

*Optimized cloning efficiency is 50 ng of vectors with 3 fold of excess inserts.

2.Incubate at 50°C for 30 minutes to 1 hour, depending on number of fragments being assembled.

3.Transform 4 µl of the reaction mixture into competent E. coli, or use the mixture directly in other applications.

Prepare of cell lysis

1.Add bacteria in 500mL LB medium, shake in 37℃ to OD600 reach 0.8
2.Add 500μL 1M IPTG, cultivate in (temperature) for (time)
3.Centrifuge at 8000 rpm, 4℃ for 10 min, then remove the supernatant
4.Repeat step 3 untill all the bacteria have been collected
5.Resuspend the bacteria with 50 mL TBS
6.Centrifuge at 8000 rpm, 4°C for 10 min, then remove the supernatant
7.Resuspend the bacteria with 15 mL lysis buffer
8.The cells were disrupted via ultrasonication (Power 35%, 30min, total duty in cycles of 1s on, 2s off)
9.Centrifuge at 14000 rpm, 4°C for 20 min
10.Retrieve the supernatant for future experiments.

Purification of protein with 6XHis-tag

1.Pure out 20% ethanol inside of the tube
2.Wash the tube with 10mL 1M imidazole 3 times
3.Wash the tube with 10mL H2O
4.Add 10mL 100mM NiCl into the tube, then release the solution after a few minutes
5.Wash the tube with 10mL H2O
6.Balance the tube with 10mL lysis buffer 3 times
7.Add the cell lysis in the tube (flow rate: 1~1.5mL/min)
8.Wash the tube with 10mL lysis buffer
9.Wash the tube with 10mL buffer contained 20、50、80mM imidazole
10.Wash the tube with 10mL elution buffer and collect
11.Wash the tube with 10mL 1M imidazole 3 times
12.Wash the tube with 10mL H2O
13.Add 5mL 20% ethanol to storage



Name Supplier
Chloramphenicol BBI Life Sciences
Kanamycin sulfate BBI Life Sciences
Ampicillin BBI Life Sciences


Name Supplier
EcoRI ThermoFisher Scientific
XbaI ThermoFisher Scientific
SpeI(BcuI) ThermoFisher Scientific
PstI ThermoFisher Scientific
XhoI ThermoFisher Scientific
BglII ThermoFisher Scientific
SamI ThermoFisher Scientific
DpnI ThermoFisher Scientific
T4 DNALigase TakaRa
SeamlessCloning Master Mix SangonBiotech


Name Supplier
Taq PCRMaster Mix Sangon Biotech
PrimeSTAR®Max DNA Polymerase TaKaRa


Media Composition
LBmedium (liquid) 10 gNaCl, 10 g tryptone, 5 g yeast extract in 1 L dH2O
LBmedium (solid) 10 gNaCl, 10 g tryptone, 5 g yeast extract, 15 g Agar A in 1 L dH2O
Hestrinmedium 5 gbacto-peptone, 5 g yeast extract, 20 gglucose, 1 g potassium momohydrogen phosphate


Name Supplier
SanPrepColumn DNA Gel Extraction Kit SangonBiotech
SanPrepColumn Plasmid Mini-Preps Kit SangonBiotech
SanPrepColumn PCR Product Purification Kit SangonBiotech
E.Z.N.A.®Gel Extraction Kit OmegaBio-tek
Ready-to-UseSeamless Cloning Kit SangonBiotech
Seamlesscloning Master Mix SangonBiotech
RapidBacterial Genomic DNA Isolation Kit SangonBiotech


Name Supplier
1 kb DNALadder, DNA Marker-Q, Ready-to-use SangonBiotech
GeneRuler1 kb DNA Ladder SangonBiotech
DNAMarker S Plus (100~5000 bp) SangonBiotech
MarkerJS (600bp, 2000bp, 2600bp) DIY byour team member JS


Name plasmid backbone gene assistant source
j23100 J61002 PromoterJ23100 Ampicillin iGEMDistribution Kit
RBS pSB1A2 RBS B0034 Ampicillin iGEMDistribution Kit
luxR pSB1A2 luxR Ampicillin iGEMDistribution Kit
pluxR pSB1C3 luxpR Chloramphenicol iGEMDistribution Kit
luxI pSB1C3 luxI Chloramphenicol iGEMDistribution Kit
Tem pSB1C3 terminatorB0015 Chloramphenicol iGEMDistribution Kit
RBuI pSB1A2 luxI Ampicillin RBS+luxI
RBuR pSB1A2 luxR Ampicillin RBS+luxR
JR pSB1A2 luxR Ampicillin j23100+RBuI
JT pSB1C3 luxR Chloramphenicol JR+Tem
PI pSB1C3 luxI Chloramphenicol pluxR+RBuI
JTPI pSB1C3 luxR, luxI Chloramphenicol JT+PI
GFP pSB1A2 GFP Ampicillin iGEMDistribution Kit
RBFP pSB1A2 GFP Ampicillin RBS+GFP
JTPig pSB1C3 luxR,luxI, GFP Chloramphenicol JTPI+GFP
JTP pSB1C3 luxR Chloramphenicol JT+GFP
JTPG pSB1C3 luxR, GFP Chloramphenicol JTP+RBFP
nicA2 pet28 nicA2 Kanamycinsulfate synthesizedby GenScript
pnao pet28 pnao Kanamycinsulfate synthesizedby GenScript
sapd pet28 sapd Kanamycinsulfate synthesizedby GenScript
pnao-part pSB1C3 pnao Chloramphenicol pnao+pSB1C3
sapd-part pSB1C3 sapd Chloramphenicol sapd+pSB1C3
nps pet28 nicA2,pnao, sapd Kanamycinsulfate nicA2+pnao+sapd
GFRA pSB1A2 GFP withssra-tag Ampicillin PCR
RFRA pSB1A2 GFP withssra-tag Ampicillin RBS+GFRA
VppA pSB1C3 VppA Chloramphenicol synthesizedby GenScript
RBVA pSB1A2 VppA Ampicillin RBS+VppA
hdnoR pSB1C3 hdnoR Chloramphenicol synthesizedby IDT
RdoR pSB1A2 hdnoR Ampicillin RBS+hdnoR
RdRt pSB1C3 hdnoR Chloramphenicol RdoR+Tem
hdno pSB1C3 hdno withits promoter Chloramphenicol synthesizedby IDT
hlno pSB1C3 hlno Chloramphenicol synthesizedby GenScript
Rlno pSB1A2 hlno Ampicillin RBS+hlno
hlux pSB1A2 hlno, luxI Ampicillin Rlno+RBuI
CBM PCG cBM, GFP Ampicillin get fromour tutor
CBni pet28 cBM, nicA2 Kanamycinsulfate cBM+nicA2
PJ4 J61002 Promoter Ampicillin iGEMDistribution Kit
PJ5 J61002 Promoter Ampicillin iGEMDistribution Kit
PJ6 J61002 Promoter Ampicillin iGEMDistribution Kit
PJ7 J61002 Promoter Ampicillin iGEMDistribution Kit
PJ8 J61002 Promoter Ampicillin iGEMDistribution Kit
PJ9 J61002 Promoter Ampicillin iGEMDistribution Kit
moc pSB1C3 moc Chloramphenicol PCR fromthe E.coli genome
mog pSB1C3 mog Chloramphenicol PCR fromthe E.coli genome


Equipment Name Manufacturer
Palmcentrifuge centrifugeLX-100 HaimenQilin Bei'er
Minicentrifuge Velocity13u Minifuge Dynamic
Minicentrifuge CentrifugeMiniSpin® eppendorf
Tablecentrifuge CentrifugeZ 326 K HERMLE
Centrifuge CR21GⅢHigh-Speed Centrifuges HITACHI
Cryogenicbath Cryogenicbath SDC-6 NingboScientz Biotechnology
Waterbath TW8Water Bath Julabo
Pipette pipetlite xls Rainin
Ultrasonicbreaker JY92-IIN Noise isolating chamber NingboScientz Biotechnology
PCR-Machine 96well thermal cycler AppliedBiosystems
PCR-Machine 2720thermal cycler AppliedBiosystems
Microwaveoven Microwaveoven Galanz
Electrophoresisbath EPS600 Electrophoresis Tanon
GelImage System 1600Gel Image System Tanon
Icemachine Grant XB-70 Grant
Shaker ZQZY-10BF ShanghaiZhichu Instrument
Scales TE212-L sartorius
Scales BSA1245 sartorius
VerticalFlow Clean Bench zhjh-c1112b ZHICHENG


name template product sequence length
nps-f nps-plasmid nicA2+pnao+sapd+pet28 gtttaactttaagaaggagatataccatgggc 32
nps-r nps-plasmid nicA2+pnao+sapd+pet28 tcaacctactactgggctgcttcc 24
JT-f JT-plasmid j23100+luxR ggccgcatctagagttgacg 20
JT-r JT-plasmid j23100+luxR ggtctctagtataaacgcagaaaggc 26
PI-f PI-plasmid luxpR+luxI Gcgtttatactagagacctgtaggatcg 28
gfra-r GFP-plasmid gfra ctagtattattaAGCAGCCAGTGCATAGTTCTCG 34
jtpig-f JTPI-plasmid j23100+luxR+luxpR+luxI ccgctgcagcggctgctaacaaagc 25
jtpig-r JTPI-plasmid j23100+luxR+luxpR+luxI cgcgaattcatctcgatcctctacgc 26
jtp-f JTP-plasmid j23100+luxR+luxpR ccagtagtaggttgagcatctagagttgacg 31
jtp-r JTP-plasmid j23100+luxR+luxpR cttcttaaagttaaacccgctactagtatttattcg 36
psb-new-f pSB1C3-plamid pSB1C3-plamidbackbone TGGCTGCTtaataatactagtagcggccgctgc 33
psb-new-r pSB1C3-plamid pSB1C3-plamidbackbone gcatctagaagcggccgcgaattcc 25
gfp-new-f GFP-plasmid GFP+ssrA-tag tctggaattcgcggccgcttctagatgc 28
gfp-snew1-r GFP-plasmid GFP+ssrA-tag TAGTTCTCGTCGTTAGCTGCtttgtatagttcatccatgcc 41
gfp-snew2-r GFP-plasmid GFP+ssrA-tag tagtattattaAGCAGCCAGTGCATAGTTCTCGTCGTTAGC 41
nic-pet-f nicA2-plasmid nicA2 ccatcatcatcatcatcacATGAGCGATAAGACC 34
nic-pnao-r nicA2-plasmid nicA2 AGTCCATgttgtggtttctcctctttcttaaTTAGC 36
pnao-nic-f pnao-plasmid pnao aggagaaaccacaacATGGACTACAAGGACG 31
pnao-sapd1-r pnao-plasmid pnao TAGTATTCTCCTCTTTAATCACGGCTTTACGCG 33
sapd-pet1-r sapd-plasmid sapd gggctttgttagcagccgTTACG 23
sapd-pet2-r sapd-plasmid sapd tttcgggctttgttagcagccg 22
T7 genes onpet28-plamid TAATACGACTCACTATAGGG 20
TER genes onpet28-plamid GCTAGTTATTGCTCAGCGG 19
nic-part-f nicA2-plasmid nicA2 ggccgcttctagagATGAGCGATAAGACC 29
nic-part-r nicA2-plasmid nicA2 gccgctactagtaTTAGCTCAGCAGTTGC 29
psb-only-f pSB1C3-plamid pSB1C3-plamidbackbone tactagtagcggccgctgc 19
psb-only-r pSB1C3-plamid pSB1C3-plamidbackbone ctctagaagcggccgcg 17
pnao-part-f pnao-plasmid pnao ccgcttctagagATGACCAAAGACGGCgaTGAGG 34
pnao-part-r pnao-plasmid pnao gccgctactagtaTTACGCGTTGTCGTTCTCACG 34
sapd-part-f sapd-plasmid sapd ggccgcttctagagATGCGTGACTACCG 28
sapd-part-r sapd-plasmid sapd cgctactagtaTTAGCAACCCATAATGC 28
nic-XhoI-f nicA2-plasmid nicA2 CCGCTCGAGATGAGCGATAAGACC 20
nic-PstI-r nicA2-plasmid nicA2 TGCACTGCAGTTAGCTCAGCAGTTGC 22
nic-petn-f nps-plasmid nicA2+pnao+sapd+pet28 gtttaactttaagaaggagatataccatgggc 32
pet-new-r nps-plasmid nicA2+pnao+sapd+pet28 tgcccatggtatatctcc 18
psb-Eco-f genessynthesized by the IDT ndh,hdnoR, hdno, hlno gatttctggaattcgcggcc 20
psb-Pst-r genessynthesized by the IDT ndh,hdnoR, hdno, hlno gccggactgcagcgg 15
gfp-fk1-f GFP-plasmid GFP+ssrA-tag gatgcgtaaaggagaagaacttttcactgg 30
gfp-fk1-r GFP-plasmid GFP+ssrA-tag GTCGTTAGCTGCtttgtatagttcatccatgccatg 36
gfp-fk2-f GFP-plasmid GFP+ssrA-tag gccgcttctagatgcgtaaaggagaag 27
gfp-fk2-r GFP-plasmid GFP+ssrA-tag CCAGTGCATAGTTCTCGTCGTTAGCTGCtttg 32
gfp-fk3-f GFP-plasmid GFP+ssrA-tag tcgcggccgcttctagatgc 20
gfp-fk3-r GFP-plasmid GFP+ssrA-tag agtattattaAGCAGCCAGTGCATAGTTCTCG 32
psb-Spe-r genessynthesized by the IDT ndh,hdnoR, hdno, hlno tgcagcggccgctactagtaTCAGG 25
6hdno-f hdnosynthesized by the IDT hdno gccgcttctagagTGACAAGG 21
6hdno-r hdnosynthesized by the IDT hdno ccgctactagtaTCAGGATCCTTCC 25
6hlno-r hlnosynthesized by the IDT hlno ccgctactagtaCTAACTATGAAGAATAGC 30
moa-psb-f E. coligenome Coenzymemoa gccgcttctagagATGCTCGTAAAGATTGCC 31
moa-psb-r E. coligenome Coenzymemoa cgctactagtaCTACCAGCGTTTTGCCG 28
moc-psb-f E. coligenome Coenzymemoc gccgcttctagagATGTCAGCCATCG 26
moc-psb-r E. coligenome Coenzymemoc cggccgctactagtaCTAAATTTCAGTATACCTTTCC 37
mog-psb-f E. coligenome Coenzymemog ggccgcttctagagATGAATACTTTACGTATTGGC 35
mog-psb-r E. coligenome Coenzymemog gccgctactagtaTTATTCGCTAACGTCGC 30
JTPI-SphI-f JTPI-plasmid j23100+luxR+luxpR+luxI ggtgcatgcagttgacggctagc 23
JTPI-XbaI-r JTPI-plasmid j23100+luxR+luxpR+luxI tatttctagattgccggactgcagc 25