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Cellock Holmes - A Case of Identity

Welcome to the Aachen 2014 iGEM Wiki!


Current techniques for pathogen detection have many disadvantages as they require expensive equipment, trained personnel or labourious routines.

To overcome the drawbacks of these techniques, the iGEM team Aachen 2014 developed a novel biosensor system called Cellock Holmes that is rapid, inexpensive and mobile.

Our project represents a unique way of combining Open Source biology, software and hardware.


Bürgerstiftung Aachen
Niersverband Genscript Eurofins Genomics Labomedic
BMBF IDT m2p labs Carl Roth pro RWTH
Institute of Applied Microbiology - iAMB Institute for Molecular Biotechnology Helmholtz Association - Initiative on Synthetic Biology Aachen Biology and Biotechnology - ABBt Forschungszentrum Jülich Fab Lab Aachen Schwaneberg Group