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=Protocols, Tools and Guidelines=
=Protocols, Tools and Guidelines=
[[The_What%27s_and_How%27s| Davidson's Wet Lab Protocols]]
[[The_What%27s_and_How%27s| Davidson's Wet Lab Protocols]]

Revision as of 15:57, 9 July 2007

Background Information | Current Project: Solving the Hamiltonian Path Problem in vivo | Probability and Statistics | Gene Splitting | Controlling Expression Traveling Salesperson Problem | Backwards promotion and Read-Through Transcription | Resources and Citations

Protocols, Tools and Guidelines

Davidson's Wet Lab Protocols

Missouri Western's Wet Lab Protocols

Spliting Genes Web Tool

Compatibility of Plasmids

A Site with an FAQ on Wikis

  1. DMW Part Numbers for 2007 are BBa_I715000 to BBa_I715999.
  2. How to Name a New Part
  3. Entering the Part to the Registry
  4. How to Annotate a Part


  1. Cool site for Breakfast [1]
  2. Karen Acker's paper describing GFP and TetA(c) with Hix insertions [2]
  3. Bruce Henschen's paper describing one-time flippable Hix sites [3]
  4. Intro to Hamiltonian Path Problem and DNA [4]
  5. Adleman, LM. Molecular Computation of Solutions To Combinatorial Problems. Science. 11 November 1994. Vol. 266. no. 5187, pp. 1021 - 1024
  6. Sambrook and Russell. 2001. Molecular Cloning A Laboratory Manual. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratry Press. Cold Spring Harbor, New York pg. 1.145. 2007 June.