Bio.kitchen | SynBio 1: Copying DNA
BK-004 | [D]
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In our first Synthetic Biology Workshop, you will learn how to copy DNA with the help of thermocycler machines and heat stable enzymes. Printed fragments of DNA will be used to amplify a piece of synthetic DNA and then visualised using a fluorescent chemical gel. With this method you can trace antibiotic-resistant genes, detect GMOs in food or identify people based on their genome profiles. This workshop is hosted together with Oxgen.
In our subsequent workshops, we will show you how to synthesize DNA (Synbio 2) and how to synthesize proteins in cell free extracts (Synbio 3). We strongly recomment that participants attend the Beginners Microbiology [BK-001] prior to attending this workshop.
- 18 years
- Pregnant woman are not allowed to enter the lab due to potential health risks.
- Closed shoes and full-length trousers must be worn in the workshop at all times. You will be denied access to the BioKitchen in case of non-compliance. It is strongly recommended that you take the Biosafety Introduction course before attending any other courses in the lab.
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