About the Project
This project will develop a new protein that allowed controlled coupling between electrical potential and biological output, more specifically enzymatic activities. The project is a continuation of the efforts by the Asally and Dale laboratories in the last several years. The potential application of such protein includes the electrical interfacing module for synthetic biology. It will enable synthetic-biology circuits to be precisely controlled by electricity.
Techniques that will be undertaken during the project:
- Time-lapse microscopy
- Quantitative image analysis
- Molecular cloning (e.g. in silico plasmid design, PCR, Gibson assembly)
- Patch clamping
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