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Welcome to 2014 University of Melbourne iGEM. At the University of Melbourne, we’ve been working to develop systems for expressing star peptides in E. coli. We are excited to be worked in this stellar combination of synthetic biology and biomaterials science. We welcome you to step into the scientific stratosphere to learn more about star peptides and the Melbourne Uni iGEM team.

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iGEM team

Have you heard? Star peptides are exciting type of peptide architecture, with the many different types of star peptides forming a constellation of useful molecules. Watch the video below to find out more.