Team:Valencia UPV/Collaboration


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Revision as of 16:31, 16 October 2014

Policy and Practices > Collaboration


Parts Collaboration

We have collaborated with teams in a few ways, one of which is providing parts for other teams to use. We supplied the Valencia_UPV team with our chromoproteins (AmilCP (Bba_K1467201) and AmilGFP (Bba_K1467202)) so they could test both their system and our parts as we both worked in the same plant chassis (Nicotiana benthamiana).

New RFC with Cambridge and NRP-UEA teams

We joined forces with both the Cambridge-JIC and NRP-UEA teams to develop a RFC (Request For Comments) as we hope to define a standard that is based on type-IIS restriction enzymes. All three projects used this method of assembly as well as employing a plant chassis. We are also running a workshop at the Jamboree to tell everyone about the benefits of using plants and the type-IIS restriction endonuclease-mediated parallel assembly method.