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This Biomodule encodes for a yeast terminator of the MIAMI Project collection. This terminator was characterized in vivo in S.cerevisiae [1] using the protocol described in [2]. Briefly, the terminator was cloned downstream the MIAMI Standard reporter gene cassette [3] and integrated into S.cerevisiae genome by EasyClone marker-free integration as described in [4]. Terminator’s strength was assessed in vivo over 24 hours and results re-scaled using the standard operating procedure described in [5].

MIAMI collection was designed by members of the MIAMI consortium supported by the EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. Grant agreement No 814645.

[1] S.cerevisiae CEN.PK2-1C
[2] MIAMI's Standard Operating Procedures
[3] MIAMI - Standard reporter gene cassette
[4] Mathew M Jessop‐Fabre et al. EasyClone‐MarkerFree: A vector toolkit for marker‐less integration of genes into Saccharomyces cerevisiae via CRISPR‐Cas9. Biotechnol J. 2016 Aug; 11(8): 1110–1117.Link
[5] Whole cell fluorescence reading Ex485nm/Em530nm with plate reader

  • Part ID 89DCRZ0
  • Name tENO2
  • Alternative Name -
  • Version tENO2
  • Division UNA
  • Parent Sequence -
  • Collection MIAMI project
  • Part Status Valid
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  • Length 225
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  • Created by Jensen Lab – DTU
  • Created at Tuesday 13 October 2020 16:12
  • Last Edit Monday 19 October 2020 10:26
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