Difference between revisions of "Team:Minnesota"

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{{:Team:Minnesota/Templates/Minnesota_Main_Style}}
  
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
 
 
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en" dir="ltr">
 
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en" dir="ltr">
 
<head>
 
<head>
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wgTitle="Team:Minnesota",
 
wgTitle="Team:Minnesota",
 
wgAction="view",
 
wgAction="view",
wgArticleId=508,
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wgArticleId=527,
 
wgIsArticle=true,
 
wgIsArticle=true,
 
wgUserName=null,
 
wgUserName=null,
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wgContentLanguage="en",
 
wgContentLanguage="en",
 
wgBreakFrames=false,
 
wgBreakFrames=false,
wgCurRevisionId=406352,
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wgCurRevisionId=241990,
 
wgVersion="1.16.5",
 
wgVersion="1.16.5",
 
wgEnableAPI=true,
 
wgEnableAPI=true,
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    <a href="/Main_Page"
 
    <a href="/Main_Page"
 
      title="Main Page">
 
      title="Main Page">
    <img src='http://2014.igem.org/images/wiki.png'>"
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    <img src='/wiki/skins/common/images/wiki.jpg'>"
 
    </a>
 
    </a>
 
</div>  <!-- end p-logo -->
 
</div>  <!-- end p-logo -->
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<h1 class="firstHeading">Team:Minnesota</h1>
 
<h1 class="firstHeading">Team:Minnesota</h1>
 
<div id="bodyContent">
 
<div id="bodyContent">
<h3 id="siteSub" class='noprint'>From 2014.igem.org</h3>
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<h3 id="siteSub" class='noprint'>From 2015.igem.org</h3>
 
<div id="contentSub"></div>
 
<div id="contentSub"></div>
 
<!--
 
<!--
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<p>
 
<p>
 
<head>
 
<head>
<title>remove style</title>
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<title>Team:Minnesota - Main Style Template</title>
  
 
<style type="text/css">
 
<style type="text/css">
table {
 
    font-size: 100%;
 
    background-color: transparent;
 
    color: black;
 
}
 
  
/*============the following section is hacking the original wiki template============*/
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/*========general scrolling div for maincontentbox=====*/
<!--
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.ScrollDiv{
#contentSub, #search-controls, .firstHeading, #footer-box, #catlinks, #p-logo {
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position:absolute;
    display:none;
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top:-10px;
 +
width:720px;
 +
height:450px;
 +
margin-left:10px;
 +
overflow-y:scroll;
 +
text-align:left;
 
}
 
}
  
#top-section {
 
    border: none;
 
    height: 0px;
 
}
 
  
#content {
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/*==========special table code============*/
    position: relative;
+
table.ScrollList{
    width: 965px;
+
position:absolute;
  margin-left: 0px;
+
width:700px;
margin: 0 auto;
+
border: #787878 solid 2px;
    padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
background-color:#A3FFA3;
    color: black;
+
    /* line-height: 1.5em; */
+
    z-index: 2;
+
border: none;
+
    background-color: transparent;
+
 
}
 
}
  
 
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table.ScrollList tr{
#menubar > ul > li:last-child {
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background-color:#B0B0B0;
    display: none;
+
height:40px;
 
}
 
}
  
#menubar { //resizes menu bar
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table.ScrollList tr td{
    width: auto;
+
padding-left:10px;
 +
width:auto;
 
}
 
}
  
/*hacks menubar links to do cool things*/
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table.ScrollList tr.header{
#menubar a:link {color:transparent;}
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padding-left:0px;
#menubar a:visited {color:transparent;}
+
height:30px;
#menubar a:hover {color:black;}
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background-color:transparent;
#menubar a:active {color:gray;}
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font-weight:bold;
 
+
 
+
#top-section { /*section with the buttons and search bar - might be bad to remove*/
+
    border: 0px transparent solid;
+
    position:absolute;
+
    left:140px;
+
    /*display:none;*/
+
 
}
 
}
 
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table.ScrollList tr.header td{
#menubar { /*main menubar settings*/
+
padding-left:0px;
    background-color: transparent;
+
}
+
#menubar ul li a { /*menubar subcategory items*/
+
    color: black;
+
 
}
 
}
  
.right-menu li a {
 
    color: black;
 
    background-color: transparent;
 
}
 
  
-->
 
  
/*============End original wiki mods============*/
 
  
/* remove style from http://2011.igem.org/Team:DTU-Denmark/How_to_customize_an_iGEM_wiki */
 
  
#contentSub, #search-controls, .firstHeading, #footer-box, #catlinks, #p-logo {
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/*============Main Layout code=====================*/
    display:none;}
+
#top-section {
+
    border: none;
+
    height: 0px;}
+
  
#content {
 
    width: 100%;
 
    border: none;}
 
  
/* Removes "teams" from the menubar */
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#ContentAll{
#menubar > ul > li:last-child {
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position:absolute;
    display: none;}
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width:1000px;
/* Resizes the menubar to fik the links (default is 400px) */
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height:700px;
#menubar {
+
    width: auto;}
+
  
 +
/*autocenter horizontally*/
 +
left:50%;
 +
margin-left:-500px;
  
 +
background-color:transparent;
  
 +
}
  
  
</style>
+
#MainBanner{
 +
/*set to be flush against content*/
 +
position:absolute;
 +
top:0px;
 +
left:0px;
 +
margin:0px;
 +
padding:0px;
 +
width:1000px;
 +
height:150px;
 +
background-color:#660000;//#7b111b;
 +
opacity:0.6;
 +
z-index:-1;
 +
}
  
 +
#MainBannerImage{//outside and on top of main banner to allow for escape from opacity
 +
/*set to be flush against content*/
 +
position:absolute;
 +
top:0px;
 +
left:0px;
 +
margin:0px;
 +
padding:0px;
 +
width:1000px;
 +
height:150px;
 +
background-color:transparent;
 +
opacity:1.0;
 +
z-index:2;
 +
}
  
<!-- Remove all empty <p> tags -->
 
<script type="text/javascript">
 
    $(document).ready(function() {
 
        $("p").filter( function() {
 
            return $.trim($(this).html()) == '';
 
        }).remove()
 
    });
 
</script>
 
</head>
 
<body>
 
  
 +
#SideBarAll{
 +
/*set to be flush against left and MainBanner*/
 +
position:absolute;
 +
top:150px;
 +
left:0px;
 +
width:200px;
 +
height:550px;
 +
background-color:white;
 +
}
  
</body>
+
#MainBoxAll{
 +
/*set to be flush against MainBanner and SideBarAll*/
 +
position:absolute;
 +
top:150px;
 +
left:200px;
 +
width: 800px;
 +
height:550px;
 +
background-color:white;
 +
}
  
 +
#MainBoxContent{
 +
position:absolute;
 +
width:750px;
 +
height:450px;
 +
background-color:gray;
 +
left:25px;
 +
top:25px;
 +
}
  
<style>
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#MainBoxOtherLinks{
@CHARSET "ISO-8859-1";
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position:absolute;
/* Reset CSS
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width: 800px;
* --------------------------------------- */
+
height: 75px;
body,div,dl,dt,dd,ul,ol,li,h1,h2,h3,h4,h5,h6,pre,
+
background-color: white;
form,fieldset,input,textarea,p,blockquote,th,td {
+
top: 475px;
    padding: 0;
+
    margin: 0;
+
 
}
 
}
a{
+
 
text-decoration:none;
+
#MainBoxOtherLinks p.otherLinks{
 +
position:absolute;
 +
left:100px;
 +
top:25px;
 +
background-color: none;
 +
color: gray;
 +
 
 
}
 
}
table {
+
 
    border-spacing: 0;     
+
#MainBoxOtherLinks p.otherLinks a{
 +
  text-decoration:none;
 +
   color: gray;
 
}
 
}
fieldset,img {
 
    border: 0;
 
}
 
address,caption,cite,code,dfn,em,strong,th,var {
 
    font-weight: normal;
 
    font-style: normal;
 
}
 
strong{
 
font-weight: bold;
 
}
 
ol,ul {
 
    list-style: none;
 
    margin:0;
 
    padding:0;
 
}
 
caption,th {
 
    text-align: left;
 
  
}
+
#MainBoxOtherLinks p.otherLinks a:hover{
h1,h2,h3,h4,h5,h6 {
+
  text-decoration:underline;
    font-weight: normal;
+
    font-size: 100%;
+
    margin:0;
+
    padding:0;
+
    color:#444;
+
}
+
q:before,q:after {
+
    content:'';
+
}
+
abbr,acronym { border: 0;
+
 
}
 
}
  
 
/* Custom CSS
 
* --------------------------------------- */
 
  
 
body{
 
body{
font-family: arial,helvetica;
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background-image:url("http://2015.igem.org/wiki/images/9/9d/MN_2015_BG.png");
color: #333;
+
background-color:gray;
color: rgba(0,0,0,0.5);
+
}
+
.wrap{
+
margin-left: auto;
+
margin-right: auto;
+
width: 960px;
+
position: relative;
+
}
+
h1{
+
font-size: 6em;
+
}
+
p{
+
font-size: 2em;
+
}
+
.intro p{
+
width: 50%;
+
margin: 0 auto;
+
font-size: 1.5em;
+
}
+
.section{
+
text-align:center;
+
}
+
#menu li {
+
display:inline-block;
+
margin: .6%;
+
color: #000;
+
background:#fff;
+
background: rgba(255,255,255, 0.5);
+
-webkit-border-radius: 10px;
+
            border-radius: 10px;
+
}
+
#menu li.active{
+
background:#666;
+
background: rgba(0,0,0, 0.25%);
+
color: #fff;
+
}
+
#menu li a{
+
text-decoration:none;
+
color: #000;
+
}
+
#menu li.active a:hover{
+
color: #000;
+
}
+
#menu li:hover{
+
background: rgba(255,255,255, 0.8);
+
}
+
#menu li a,
+
#menu li.active a{
+
padding: 5px 20px;
+
display:block;
+
}
+
#menu li.active a{
+
color: #fff;
+
}
+
#menu{
+
position:fixed;
+
top:0;
+
left:0;
+
height: 10%;
+
z-index: 70;
+
width: 100%;
+
padding: 0.5%;
+
margin:0;
+
}
+
.twitter-share-button{
+
position: fixed;
+
z-index: 99;
+
right: 10%;
+
top: 3%;
+
}
+
#download{
+
margin: 10px 0 0 0;
+
padding: 15px 10px;
+
color: #fff;
+
text-shadow: 0 -1px 0 rgba(0,0,0,0.25);
+
background-color: #49afcd;
+
background-image: -moz-linear-gradient(top, #5bc0de, #2f96b4);
+
background-image: -ms-linear-gradient(top, #5bc0de, #2f96b4);
+
background-image: -webkit-gradient(linear,0 0,0 100%,from( #5bc0de),to( #2f96b4));
+
background-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(top, #5bc0de, #2f96b4);
+
background-image: -o-linear-gradient(top, #5bc0de, #2f96b4);
+
background-image: linear-gradient(top, #5bc0de, #2f96b4);
+
background-repeat: repeat-x;
+
filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.gradient(startColorstr='#5bc0de', endColorstr='#2f96b4', GradientType=0);
+
border-color: #2f96b4 #2f96b4 #1f6377;
+
border-color: rgba(0,0,0,.1) rgba(0,0,0,.1) rgba(0,0,0,.25);
+
filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.gradient(enabled=false);
+
+
-webkit-border-radius: 6px;
+
-moz-border-radius: 6px;
+
border-radius: 6px;
+
vertical-align: middle;
+
cursor: pointer;
+
display: inline-block;
+
-webkit-box-shadow: inset 0 1px 0 rgba(255,255,255,0.2),0 1px 2px rgba(0,0,0,0.05);
+
-moz-box-shadow: inset 0 1px 0 rgba(255,255,255,0.2),0 1px 2px rgba(0,0,0,0.05);
+
box-shadow: inset 0 1px 0 rgba(255,255,255,0.2),0 1px 2px rgba(0,0,0,0.05);
+
}
+
#download a{
+
text-decoration:none;
+
color:#fff;
+
}
+
#download:hover{
+
text-shadow: 0 -1px 0 rgba(0,0,0,.25);
+
background-color: #2F96B4;
+
background-position: 0 -15px;
+
-webkit-transition: background-position .1s linear;
+
-moz-transition: background-position .1s linear;
+
-ms-transition: background-position .1s linear;
+
-o-transition: background-position .1s linear;
+
transition: background-position .1s linear;
+
}
+
#infoMenu{
+
height: 20px;
+
color: #f2f2f2;
+
position:fixed;
+
z-index:70;
+
bottom:0;
+
width:100%;
+
text-align:right;
+
font-size:0.9em;
+
padding:8px 0 8px 0;
+
}
+
#infoMenu ul{
+
padding: 0 40px;
+
}
+
#infoMenu li a{
+
display: block;
+
margin: 0 22px 0 0;
+
color: #333;
+
}
+
#infoMenu li a:hover{
+
text-decoration:underline;
+
}
+
#infoMenu li{
+
display:inline-block;
+
position:relative;
+
}
+
#examplesList{
+
display:none;
+
background: #282828;
+
-webkit-border-radius: 6px;
+
-moz-border-radius: 6px;
+
border-radius: 6px;
+
padding: 20px;
+
float: left;
+
position: absolute;
+
bottom: 29px;
+
right: 0;
+
width:638px;
+
text-align:left;
+
}
+
#examplesList ul{
+
padding:0;
+
}
+
#examplesList ul li{
+
display:block;
+
margin: 5px 0;
+
}
+
#examplesList ul li a{
+
color: #BDBDBD;
+
margin:0;
+
}
+
#examplesList ul li a:hover{
+
color: #f2f2f2;
+
}
+
#examplesList .column{
+
float: left;
+
margin: 0 20px 0 0;
+
}
+
#examplesList h3{
+
color: #f2f2f2;
+
font-size: 1.2em;
+
margin: 0 0 15px 0;
+
border-bottom: 1px solid rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.4);
+
-webkit-box-shadow: 0 1px 0 rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.1);
+
-moz-box-shadow: 0 1px 0 rgba(255,255,255,0.1);
+
box-shadow: 0 1px 0 rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.1);
+
padding: 0 0 5px 0;
+
 
}
 
}
  
 +
/*end container boxs*/
  
 +
/*Start Revised sidebar styles*/
  
/* Demos Menu
+
.sideNavBar2
* --------------------------------------- */
+
{
#demosMenu{
+
position:absolute;
position:fixed;
+
top:25px;
bottom: 10px;
+
left:0px;
right:10px;
+
margin:0;
z-index: 999;
+
padding:0;
}
+
border:0px;
 +
}
  
 +
.sideNavBar2 ul li
 +
{
 +
list-style:none;
 +
margin:0;
 +
padding:0;
 +
}
  
</style>
+
.sideNavBar2 a{
 +
    font-family: Trebuchet MS, Verdana, Century Gothic, Tahoma, sans-serif;
 +
    font-size:20px;
 +
    //font-weight:600;
  
 +
    padding-top:5px;
 +
    padding-left:15px;
  
<style>
 
/**
 
* fullPage 2.1.9
 
* https://github.com/alvarotrigo/fullPage.js
 
* MIT licensed
 
*
 
* Copyright (C) 2013 alvarotrigo.com - A project by Alvaro Trigo
 
*/
 
html, body {
 
    margin: 0;
 
    padding: 0;
 
    overflow:hidden;
 
  
     /*Avoid flicker on slides transitions for mobile phones #336 */
+
     text-decoration:none;
     -webkit-tap-highlight-color: rgba(0,0,0,0);
+
     background-color:white;
 +
    display:block;
 +
    width:150px;
 +
    height:35px;
 
}
 
}
#superContainer {
 
    height: 100%;
 
    position: relative;
 
  
     /* Touch detection for Windows 8 */
+
.sideNavBar2 a:link {
     -ms-touch-action: none;
+
     border-width:1px 1px 1px 3px;
 +
     border-style:none none none solid;
 +
    border-color:white;
 +
    color: gray;
  
    /* IE 11 on Windows Phone 8.1*/
 
    touch-action: none;
 
 
}
 
}
.fp-section {
+
 
     position: relative;
+
.sideNavBar2 a:visited {
     -webkit-box-sizing: border-box; /* Safari<=5 Android<=3 */
+
     border-width:1px 1px 1px 3px;
     -moz-box-sizing: border-box; /* <=28 */
+
     border-style:none none none solid;
     box-sizing: border-box;
+
     border-color:white;
 +
     color: gray;
 
}
 
}
.fp-slide {
+
 
     float: left;
+
.sideNavBar2 a:hover { /*cool button*/
 +
    border-width:1px 1px 1px 3px;
 +
    border-style: none none none solid;
 +
    border-color:#660000 #660000 #660000 #660000;
 +
     color: #FBB917;
 
}
 
}
.fp-slide, .fp-slidesContainer {
+
.sideNavBar2 a:active {
     height: 100%;
+
    border-width:1px 1px 1px 3px;
     display: block;
+
    border-style: none none none solid;
 +
     border-color:#660000 #660000 #660000 #660000;
 +
     color: #FBB917;
 
}
 
}
.fp-slides {
+
 
    z-index:1;
+
.sideNavBar2 a.current{ /*force black for current button*/
    height: 100%;
+
     color: #660000;
    overflow: hidden;
+
    position: relative;
+
    -webkit-transition: all 0.3s ease-out; /* Safari<=6 Android<=4.3 */
+
     transition: all 0.3s ease-out;
+
 
}
 
}
.fp-section.fp-table, .fp-slide.fp-table {
+
 
     display: table;
+
.sideNavBar2 a.current:hover{ /*allow for gold to still happen for current button*/
    width: 100%;
+
     color: #FBB917;
 
}
 
}
.fp-tableCell {
+
 
    display: table-cell;
+
.sideSocialMediaButtons{
    vertical-align: middle;
+
position:absolute;
    width: 100%;
+
width:120px;
    height: 100%;
+
height:60px;
}
+
top:460px;
.fp-slidesContainer {
+
left:30px;
    float: left;
+
background-color:white;
    position: relative;
+
}
+
.fp-controlArrow {
+
    position: absolute;
+
    z-index: 4;
+
    top: 50%;
+
    cursor: pointer;
+
    width: 0;
+
    height: 0;
+
    border-style: solid;
+
    margin-top: -38px;
+
}
+
.fp-controlArrow.fp-prev {
+
    left: 15px;
+
    width: 0;
+
    border-width: 38.5px 34px 38.5px 0;
+
    border-color: transparent #fff transparent transparent;
+
}
+
.fp-controlArrow.fp-next {
+
    right: 15px;
+
    border-width: 38.5px 0 38.5px 34px;
+
    border-color: transparent transparent transparent #fff;
+
}
+
.fp-controlArrow.fp-down {
+
    right: 15px;
+
    border-width: 34px 38.5px 0 38.5px;
+
    border-color: transparent transparent transparent #fff;
+
}
+
.fp-scrollable {
+
    overflow: scroll;
+
}
+
.fp-easing {
+
    -webkit-transition: all 0.7s ease-out; /* Safari<=6 Android<=4.3 */
+
    transition: all 0.7s ease-out;
+
}
+
#fp-nav {
+
    position: fixed;
+
    z-index: 100;
+
    margin-top: -32px;
+
    top: 50%;
+
    opacity: 1;
+
}
+
#fp-nav.right {
+
    right: 17px;
+
}
+
#fp-nav.left {
+
    left: 17px;
+
}
+
.fp-slidesNav{
+
    position: absolute;
+
    z-index: 4;
+
    left: 50%;
+
    opacity: 1;
+
}
+
.fp-slidesNav.bottom {
+
    bottom: 17px;
+
}
+
.fp-slidesNav.top {
+
    top: 17px;
+
}
+
#fp-nav ul,
+
.fp-slidesNav ul {
+
  margin: 0;
+
  padding: 0;
+
}
+
#fp-nav li,
+
.fp-slidesNav li {
+
    display: block;
+
    width: 14px;
+
    height: 13px;
+
    margin: 7px;
+
    position:relative;
+
}
+
.fp-slidesNav li {
+
    display: inline-block;
+
}
+
#fp-nav li a,
+
.fp-slidesNav li a {
+
    display: block;
+
    position: relative;
+
    z-index: 1;
+
    width: 100%;
+
    height: 100%;
+
    cursor: pointer;
+
    text-decoration: none;
+
}
+
#fp-nav li .active span,
+
.fp-slidesNav .active span {
+
    background: #333;
+
}
+
#fp-nav span,
+
.fp-slidesNav span {
+
    top: 2px;
+
    left: 2px;
+
    width: 8px;
+
    height: 8px;
+
    border: 1px solid #000;
+
    background: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0);
+
    border-radius: 50%;
+
    position: absolute;
+
    z-index: 1;
+
}
+
.fp-tooltip {
+
    position: absolute;
+
    top: -2px;
+
    color: #fff;
+
    font-size: 14px;
+
    font-family: arial, helvetica, sans-serif;
+
    white-space: nowrap;
+
    max-width: 220px;
+
}
+
.fp-tooltip.right {
+
    right: 20px;
+
}
+
.fp-tooltip.left {
+
    left: 20px;
+
 
}
 
}
  
</style>
 
 
</p><p>
 
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
 
<link href='http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Open+Sans' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>
 
  
<head>
+
/*End Revised sidebar styles*/
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
+
<title>UMN iGEM 2014</title>
+
  
<style>
+
/*Start Main Content items*/
 +
.rightNavButtons {
 +
position:absolute;
 +
top:140px;
 +
left:695px;
 +
width:80px;
 +
height:220px;
 +
background-color:transparent;
 +
}
  
 +
.rightNavButtons a{
 +
display:block;
 +
}
  
/* Style for our header texts
+
.mainContentTextBanner{
* --------------------------------------- */
+
position:absolute;
/* acting weird */ h1{
+
top:350px;
font-size: 4em;
+
left:0px;
font-family: Futura, "Trebuchet MS", Arial, sans-serif;
+
width:730px;
color: #fff;
+
height:80px;
margin: 4% 0 0% 0;
+
background-color:#660000;
padding: 3% 0 0 0 ;
+
opacity:0.7;
}
+
font-size:20px;
h2 {
+
color:white;
        color: black;
+
padding: 10px;
        font-size: 1em;
+
}
        font-family: Futura, "Trebuchet MS", Arial, sans-serif;
+
        margin: 3px 10px 3px 10px;
+
}
+
        h4 {
+
        font-size: 4em;
+
font-family: Futura, "Trebuchet MS", Arial, sans-serif;
+
                color: black;
+
margin: 4% 0 0% 0;
+
padding: 3% 0 0 0 ;
+
}
+
      h5 {
+
        font-size: 2em;
+
font-family: Futura, "Trebuchet MS", Arial, sans-serif;
+
color: black;
+
}
+
      h6 {
+
        font-size: 6em;
+
font-family: "Palatino Linotype", "Book Antiqua", Palatino, serif;
+
                color: white;
+
margin: 4% 0 0% 0;
+
padding: 3% 0 0 0 ;
+
                text-shadow:
+
                -2px -2px 0 #000,
+
                2px -2px 0 #000,
+
                -2px 2px 0 #000,
+
                2px 2px 0 #000; 
+
}
+
h3 {
+
        color: black;
+
        font-size: 14px;
+
        font-family: Futura, "Trebuchet MS", Arial, sans-serif;
+
        margin-top: 0;
+
        margin-right: 10%;
+
        margin-bottom: 0;
+
        margin-left: 10%;
+
}
+
/* specfic style for h3 elements in section 1 */
+
  
    #section1 h3 {
+
/*============the following section is hacking the original wiki template============*/
        /* font-size: px;
+
    margin-top: 0;
+
        margin-right: 10%;
+
        margin-bottom: 0;
+
        margin-left: 10%;
+
        */
+
    }
+
  
div.smallbox {
+
#contentSub, #search-controls, .firstHeading, #footer-box, #catlinks, #p-logo {
position: relative;
+
     display:none;
top: -150px;
+
left: 25%;
+
right: 25%;
+
    width: 50%;
+
    height: 50%;
+
    border-style: solid;
+
     margin: 0px;
+
}
+
        box {
+
  width: 80%;
+
  height: 70%;
+
  display: block;
+
  position: relative;
+
  border: 1px solid #000;
+
  margin: auto;
+
  padding: 10px;
+
  font-size: 100%;
+
  border-radius: 25px;
+
  background: gray;
+
padding: 5% 0 5% 0 ;
+
 
}
 
}
table#t01 {
+
 
     width: 100%;  
+
#top-section {
     background-color: #f1f1c1;
+
     border: none;
 +
     height: 0px;
 
}
 
}
box:after {
+
 
  background: gray;
+
#content {
  opacity: 0.70;
+
    border: none;
  width: 100%;
+
    background-color: transparent;
  height: 100%;
+
  top: 0;
+
  left: 0;
+
  position: absolute;
+
  z-index: -1;
+
  content: "";
+
  border-radius: 25px;
+
 
}
 
}
logo {
 
position: relative;
 
top: 0%;
 
right: 20%;
 
}
 
        lab {
 
        position: relative;
 
        margin: 0 0 0 0;
 
        padding: 0 0 0 0;
 
      }
 
      labSection {
 
        margin: 0 0 0 0;
 
        padding: 0 0 0 0;
 
      }
 
.intro p{
 
color: #fff;
 
}
 
  
/* Centered texts in each section
 
* --------------------------------------- */
 
.section {
 
text-align:center;
 
}
 
  
/* Backgrounds will cover all the section
+
#menubar > ul > li:last-child {
* --------------------------------------- */
+
    display: none;
#section0,
+
}
#section1,
+
#section2,
+
#section3,
+
#section4,
+
#section5,
+
#section6,
+
#section7,
+
        #section8 {
+
background-size: cover;
+
background-repeat: no-repeat;  
+
}
+
  
/* Defining each sectino background and styles
+
#menubar { //resizes menu bar
* --------------------------------------- */
+
     width: auto;
#section0{
+
}
background-image: url(http://2014.igem.org/wiki/images/4/4f/Background_for_iGEM_webpage.png);
+
/* background-image: url(https://i.imgur.com/JKJSa.gif); */
+
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
}
+
     /* #section0 #waterfallvideo {
+
              position: fixed; right: 0; bottom: 0;
+
              min-width: 100%; min-height: 100%;
+
              width: auto; height: auto; z-index: -100;
+
              background: url(http://2014.igem.org/wiki/images/3/33/Video.jpg) no-repeat;  http://2014.igem.org/wiki/images/3/33/Video.jpg
+
              background-size: cover;
+
    } */
+
+
#section1{
+
background-color: #A8A8A8;
+
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
}
+
#section2{
+
background-color: #34DDDD;
+
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
        }
+
        #section2 h4{
+
        font-size: 5em;
+
font-family: "Palatino Linotype", "Book Antiqua", Palatino, serif;
+
                color: white;
+
margin: 4% 0 0% 0;
+
padding: 3% 0 0 0 ;
+
                text-shadow:
+
                -2px -2px 0 #000,
+
                2px -2px 0 #000,
+
                -2px 2px 0 #000,
+
                2px 2px 0 #000; 
+
        }
+
  
#section2 h3 {
+
/*hacks menubar links to do cool things*/
        color: black;
+
#menubar a:link {color:transparent;}
        font-size: 14px;
+
#menubar a:visited {color:transparent;}
        font-family: Futura, "Trebuchet MS", Arial, sans-serif;
+
#menubar a:hover {color:black;}
        margin-top: 0;
+
#menubar a:active {color:gray;}
        margin-right: 10%;
+
        margin-bottom: 0;
+
        margin-left: 10%;
+
        }
+
#section3a {
+
background-color: #002366;
+
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
}
+
#section4 {
+
background-color: #0088CC;
+
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
}
+
#section5{
+
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
}
+
  
  
 +
#top-section { /*section with the buttons and search bar - might be bad to remove*/
 +
    border: 0px transparent solid;
 +
    position:absolute;
 +
    left:140px;
 +
    /*display:none;*/
 +
}
  
        #section5 h3{
+
#menubar { /*main menubar settings*/
        font-size: 3em;
+
    background-color: transparent;  
        line-height: 100%;
+
}
font-family: "Palatino Linotype", "Book Antiqua", Palatino, serif;
+
#menubar ul li a { /*menubar subcategory items*/
        color: white;
+
    color: black;
margin: 4% 0 0% 0;
+
}
padding: 3% 0 0 0 ;
+
        color: white;
+
        text-shadow:
+
        -.5px -.5px 15px #000,
+
        .5px -.5px 15px #000,
+
        -.5px .5px 15px #000,
+
        .5px .5px 15px #000;
+
        }
+
  
#section6{
+
.right-menu li a {
background-color: #fff;
+
    color: black;
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
    background-color: transparent;
}
+
}
+
#section7 {
+
  
background-color: #FFCC33;
+
/*============End original wiki mods============*/
  
}
+
.mainBox{
 +
position: absolute;
 +
top: 375px;
 +
left: 210px;
 +
width:700px;
 +
height:300px;
 +
text-align:center;
 +
}
  
#section7 h4{
 
color: #7A0019;
 
line-height: 60px;
 
}
 
#section7 h3{
 
color: #7A0019;
 
padding-top: 10px;
 
}
 
  
#section8{
+
.mainBox td{
background-color: #fff;
+
  align:center;
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
  height:130px;
}
+
  padding:10px; /*between border &amp; content&amp;*/
#section3 h1{
+
  border:solid #E0E0E0 1px;
color: #000;
+
}
}
+
.mainBox td.profpic{
 +
  width:150px;
 +
  padding:0px; /*between border &amp; content&amp;*/
 +
}
  
/* Overwriting styles for the navigation dots (to place it where we want)
 
* --------------------------------------- */
 
.fp-slidesNav.bottom{
 
bottom: 3%;
 
}
 
  
/*Adding background for the slides
+
p.filler
* --------------------------------------- */
+
{
#slide1{
+
position:relative;
background-color: #A8A8A8;
+
padding-top:100px;
}
+
font-family:arial;
#slide2{
+
color:gray;
background-color: #B8B8B8;
+
font-size:20px;
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
padding:50px;
}
+
}
#slide3{
+
background-color: #C8C8C8;
+
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
}
+
#slide4{
+
background-color: #D8D8D8;
+
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
}
+
#PnPslide1{
+
background-image: url("http://2014.igem.org/wiki/images/a/ae/Collage5.png");
+
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
background-repeat: no-repeat;
+
background-size: cover;
+
        }
+
#Sponsorsslide1{
+
background-image: url("http://2014.igem.org/wiki/images/a/ae/Collage5.png");
+
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
background-repeat: no-repeat;
+
background-size: cover;
+
}
+
#safetySlide1{
+
background-image: url("http://2014.igem.org/wiki/images/thumb/b/b6/Copy_of_jessica_lab_photo.png/800px-Copy_of_jessica_lab_photo.png");
+
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
background-repeat: no-repeat;
+
background-size: cover;
+
  
}
+
body
    #section5 h4{
+
{
        font-size: 6em;
+
    background-color:transparent;
        color: white;
+
    margin:0;
    font-weight: 900;
+
    padding:0;
        text-shadow:
+
}
        -1px -1px 15px #000,
+
        1px -1px 15px #000,
+
        -1px 1px 15px #000,
+
        1px 1px 15px #000;
+
        }
+
  
    #section5 h3{
+
table,td
        font-size: 40px;
+
{
        color: white;
+
    border:0px;
    font-weight: 900;
+
}
        text-shadow:
+
        -1px -1px 15px #000,
+
        1px -1px 15px #000,
+
        -1px 1px 15px #000,
+
        1px 1px 15px #000; 
+
        padding-left: 10px;
+
        padding-right: 10px;
+
  
        }
+
/*=========Start side nav bar code==============*/
   
+
.sideNavBar
 +
{
 +
position:absolute;
 +
top:320px;
 +
left:0px;
 +
background-color:white;
 +
margin:0;
 +
padding:0;
 +
border:0px;
 +
}
  
#safetySlide2{
+
.sideNavBar ul li
background-image: url("http://2014.igem.org/wiki/images/thumb/5/5e/Image_1908.PNG/800px-Image_1908.PNG");
+
{
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
list-style:none;
background-repeat: no-repeat;
+
margin:0;
background-size: cover;
+
padding:0;
}
+
}
#safetySlide3{
+
background-image: url("http://i791.photobucket.com/albums/yy194/GopheriGEM/f4ffe7af-ee1a-44b7-ba52-4a96ba89407e_zps66846c15.png");
+
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
background-repeat: no-repeat;
+
background-size: cover;
+
        }
+
  
+
.sideNavBar a{
/* Fixed header and footer.
+
    font-family: Verdana, Century Gothic, Tahoma, sans-serif;
* --------------------------------------- */
+
    font-size:20px;
#header {
+
    /*font-weight:600;*/
position:fixed;
+
    padding-top:15px;
height: 8%;
+
    padding-left:30px;
display:block;
+
    text-decoration:none;
width: 100%;
+
    background-color:white;
background: #333;
+
    display:block;
z-index:9;
+
    width:170px;
text-align:center;
+
     height:45px;
color: #f2f2f2;
+
}
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
opacity: .60; /* Standard: FF gt 1.5, Opera, Safari, CSS3 */
+
    filter: alpha(opacity=60); /* IE lt 8 */
+
    -ms-filter: "alpha(opacity=60)"; /* IE 8 */
+
      -khtml-opacity: .60; /* Safari 1.x */
+
      -moz-opacity: .60; /* FF lt 1.5, Netscape */
+
}
+
#footer{
+
position:fixed;
+
height: 3%;
+
display:block;
+
width: 100%;
+
background: #333;
+
z-index:9;
+
text-align:center;
+
color: #f2f2f2;
+
padding: 0 0 0 0;
+
opacity: .60; /* Standard: FF gt 1.5, Opera, Safari, CSS3 */
+
    filter: alpha(opacity=60); /* IE lt 8 */
+
    -ms-filter: "alpha(opacity=60)"; /* IE 8 */
+
      -khtml-opacity: .60; /* Safari 1.x */
+
      -moz-opacity: .60; /* FF lt 1.5, Netscape */
+
bottom:0%;
+
}
+
#twitterbutton {
+
/* position:fixed;
+
height: 7%;
+
display:block;
+
width: 100%;
+
background: #333;
+
z-index:9;
+
text-align:center;
+
position:absolute;
+
top:0%;  
+
right:0%;
+
margin:0;
+
color: #f2f2f2; */
+
padding: .25% 4%;
+
display:block;
+
top:1%;
+
left:0%;
+
background: 0;
+
position:absolute;
+
margin:0;
+
}
+
#igembutton {
+
padding: 0% 0%;
+
              margin: 0 0 0 0;
+
              border: 0;
+
display:block;
+
top:0%;
+
right:1%;
+
background: 0;
+
position:absolute;
+
margin:0;
+
}
+
#teamImg {
+
padding: 6px 6px;
+
border: 2px solid gray;
+
    background-color:gray;
+
    margin: .5% .5% .5% .5%;
+
}
+
#attImg {
+
padding: 2px 2px;
+
/* border: 2px solid gray;
+
    background-color:gray; */
+
    margin: 2% 0 2% 0;
+
}
+
#title {
+
/*
+
top: 6%;
+
position: absolute;
+
margin-left: auto;
+
margin-right: auto;
+
left: 0;
+
right: 0;
+
*/
+
}
+
/* Bottom menu
+
* --------------------------------------- */
+
#infoMenu {
+
bottom: 10%;
+
position:fixed;
+
}
+
#infoMenu li a {
+
color: #fff;
+
z-index: 999;
+
}
+
/* Tooltip css */ /*
+
a.tooltips {
+
  position: relative;
+
  display: inline;
+
}
+
a.tooltips span {
+
  position: absolute;
+
  width:140px;
+
  color: black;
+
  background: #BBBBDD;
+
  border: 2px solid #6D6D6D;
+
  height: 140px;     /* change these two for tooltip heigh */ /*
+
  line-height: 140px;
+
  width: 400px;
+
  text-align: center;
+
  visibility: hidden;
+
  border-radius: 18px;
+
} */ /*
+
a.tooltips span:before {
+
  content: '';
+
  position: absolute;
+
  bottom: 100%;
+
  left: 50%;
+
  margin-left: -12px;
+
  width: 0; height: 0;
+
  border-bottom: 12px solid #6D6D6D;
+
  border-right: 12px solid transparent;
+
  border-left: 12px solid transparent;
+
}
+
a.tooltips span:after {
+
  content: '';
+
  position: absolute;
+
  bottom: 100%;
+
  left: 50%;
+
  margin-left: -8px;
+
  width: 0; height: 0;
+
  border-bottom: 8px solid #BBBBDD;
+
  border-right: 8px solid transparent;
+
  border-left: 8px solid transparent;
+
}
+
a:hover.tooltips span {
+
  visibility: visible;
+
  opacity: 0.9;
+
  top: 30px;
+
  left: 50%;
+
  margin-left: -76px;
+
  z-index: 999;
+
} */
+
  
 +
.sideNavBar a:link {
 +
    border-width:1px 1px 1px 3px;
 +
    border-style:none none none solid;
 +
    border-color:white;
 +
    color: gray;
  
 +
}
  
 +
.sideNavBar a:visited {
 +
    border-width:1px 1px 1px 3px;
 +
    border-style:none none none solid;
 +
    border-color:white;
 +
    color: gray;
 +
}
  
</style>
+
.sideNavBar a:hover { /*cool button*/
 +
    border-width:1px 1px 1px 3px;
 +
    border-style: none none none solid;
 +
    border-color:#660000 #660000 #660000 #660000;
 +
    color: gold;
 +
}
 +
.sideNavBar a:active {
 +
    border-width:1px 1px 1px 3px;
 +
    border-style: none none none solid;
 +
    border-color:#660000 #660000 #660000 #660000;
 +
    color: gold;
 +
}
  
<script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.8.3/jquery.min.js"></script>
+
.sideNavBar a.current{ /*force black for current button*/
<script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jqueryui/1.9.1/jquery-ui.min.js"></script>
+
    color: black;
 +
}
  
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://2014.igem.org/Team:Minnesota/jqueryslimscrollminjs?action=raw&amp;ctype=text"></script>
+
.sideNavBar a.current:hover{ /*allow for gold to still happen for current button*/
 +
    color: #660000;
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To design a system for biological remediation of not only mercury ions in contaminated waters, but also the more toxic form, methylmercury, we’ve selected to use 5 genes of the mercury resistance (<i>mer</i>) operon of which over 10 genes have been identified and characterized in various strains of mercury resistant bacteria in the environment. This construct was assembled from the mer operon in <i>Serratia marscecens</i> in the plasmid pDU1358, and is designed to contain an upstream regulatory gene <i>merR</i>, two genes encoding for transport proteins <i>merP</i> (periplasmic) and <i>merT</i> (transmembrane), a gene encoding mercuric reductase MerA, and finally a gene encoding organomercurial lyase MerB. This system is regulated by a bidirectional promoter so that ''merR'' on one side of the operon is constitutively expressed and allows for the repression of the mer operon in the absence of mercury ions, and the downstream activation and transcription of ''merT, merP, merA, merB'' when mercury ions are in close proximity.
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MerT and MerP were selected as transporters for their high turnover rates to bring in mercury ions, which are subsequently bound by MerA to catalyze their conversion into volatile mercury eventually captured within a carbon filter in our device and disposed of sustainably. The organic and more toxic form, methylmercury, can diffuse into the cytosol of the bacteria where MerB catalyzes its conversion into mercury ions, which are then bound to MerA and converted into less toxic, volatile elemental mercury in an NADP(H) dependent reaction. The system is very tightly regulated and allows for continuous turnover within our bacterial chassis as the mercury ions are volatalized and then captured externally rather than sequestered within our bacteria which would eventually lead to cell death and the requirement to replace the cells. Due to the NADP(H) requirement of MerA, metabolically active cells are required throughout this process. We accomplished this via novel cell encapsulation technology that keeps cells remain viable and at the same time not in direct contact.
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Our system was tested in 3 different chassis: ''E. coli, Pseudomonas'', and ''Shewanella'', encapsulated and unencapsulated in the presence of either mercury chloride or methylmercury chloride and showed very promising results! 
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<h3>The phsABC genes from Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium LT2 encode thiosulfate reductase, which catalyzes the stoichiometric production of hydrogen sulfide and sulfite from thiosulfate for heavy metal removal by precipitation. Within a separate bacterium from that containing the mer operon construct. This system allows us to extend our heavy metal bioremediation device to be applicable to a wide range of heavy metals in addition to mercury in both ionic and organic form.
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The phsABC operon encodes three open reading frames (ORFs), designated phsA, phsB, and phsC. Based on sequence homology to formate dehydrogenase-N, it is predicted that thiosulfate reductase behaves in a similar fashion. The PhsA subunit is predicted to be a peripheral membrane protein active site bis(molybdopterin guanine dinucleotide) molybdenum (MGD) cofactor. PhsC is an integral membrane protein that anchors the other two subunits to the membrane, and contains the site for menaquinol oxidation and two heme cofactors located at opposite sides of the membrane. PhsB is predicted to possess four iron-sulfur centers that transfer electrons between PhsC and PhsA.
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was shown to have the highest catalytic activity in the IPTG- inducible plasmid pSB74. The part was used by the Yale 2010 iGEM Team (Part:BBa_K393000) (inducible by IPTG) to deposit copper sulfide in a specified geometry. We sought to both improve and characterize this part for future utilization in our filtration device by adding a modified lac promoter to allow for constitutive expression rather than IPTG induction within the biological system, and thus make it more applicable in the environment. We also improved the characterization of their part by testing its application for biological precipitation of iron and cadmium in addition to their copper testing to add to the functionality of the part.
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Zones of Inhibition Test For Mercury Resistance. In this assay, Escherichia coli K12 expressing three different constructs was spread on agar plates to compare levels of mercury resistance. Each agar plate contained a filter disk spotted with 10µL of 0.1M HgCl2 in the middle.
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(A) Agar Plates of K12 with each construct. Left, K12 containing pBBRBB::mer (mer operon); center, K12 containing pBBRBB::gfp (vector control); right, K12 containing pBBRBB::merΔmerA(mer operon with merA deleted).
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(B) Diameter of zones of inhibition. The diameter of the zone of inhibition was measured in triplicate. Green corresponds to pBBRBB::gfp, blue to pBBRBB::merRTPAB, and red to pBBRBB::merΔmerA. Individual constructs range from highest resistance in the following order: merRTPAB > vector control >merΔmerA.  Our results show that both the recombinant E. coli and Pseudomonas putida containing the pBBRBB::mer plasmid were able to grow significantly closer to the HgCl2 disc than the negative control (pBBRBB::GFP). The E.coli strain containing the merA deletion plasmid could not survive as close to the heavy metal spotted disc as the negative control. This is likely due to the fact that it still contains the transport proteins MerP and MerT, and therefore transports the toxic mercury ions into the cell without remediating it due to the lack of MerA, causing cell death. On the other hand, the pBBRBB::GFP control was not able to take up any mercury ions.
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Methylmercury degradation rates were measured for ‘’E.coli K12’’ strains carrying the pBBRBB::’’mer'' plasmid compared to a vector control (pBBRBB::’’gfp’’), abiotic encapsulation beads, and abiotic medium. Negative controls were included to determine the amount of methylmercury absorbed by the beads and abiotic degradation rate of methyl mercury.
 
Methylmercury chloride was added to all tubes at a final concentration of 1 mg/L. Methylmercury concentrations were measured over a period of 24 hours. At each time point the samples were diluted a million-fold before taking measurements with a Tekran model 2700 Automated Methyl Mercury Analyzer.
 
’’E.coli K12’’ strains carrying the pBBRBB::’’mer'' plasmid degraded methylmercury to levels below detection of the Tekran Analyzer after approximately 4 hours while the vector control showed only a slight decrease (similar to that for abiotic beads). Low amounts of degradation in abiotic medium are likely due to photolysis of the organomercury.
 
  
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Unencapsulated "E.coli" cells containing the mer operon were tested in both 1mg/L and 4 mg/L starting concentrations of methylmercury chloride to provide degradation rate information for the mathematical modelers. Methylmercury was only degraded in the 1 mg/L cultures and 4 mg/L was toxic to all cells tested. We suspect that this concentration was too high for cell survival and that initial demethylation of methylmercury occurred due to the presence of Mer enzymes from leaky expression in overnight cultures.
 
  
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In order to measure thiosulfate reducing activity of phsABC of NaS2O3 to H2S, the operon was first inserted into the pBBRBB vector with a constitutive Plac promoter and transformed into E. coli K12. As a negative control, pBBRBB::gfp was tested under the same conditions. The pBBRBB::phsABC K12 and pBBRBB::gfp K12 cells were grown in three test tubes each containing heavy metal tryptone medium as well as 3mM NaS2O3. A third set of test tubes were set up with the same contents except without cells as an additional negative control. After 24 hours of incubation, The exact amount of H2S present in each of three different sets of tubes was then measured using a hydrogen sulfide assay designed by J.D. Cline in 1968 to determine hydrogen sulfide concentrations in natural waters. This consisted of adding 1x or 0.5x 30μL of Cline's Reagent (2g Diamine + 3g FeCl3 in 50mL of 50% cool HCl) to 270μL of sample. The results were tested against a known standard curve of various Na2S concentrations. Each sample was allowed 20 minutes for the color to develop before being diluted 1:10 with water for testing. The plate was then read at 670nm with the numerical results displayed. The bar graph shows that the sulfide concentration was considerable higher for the cultures containing pBBRBB:phsABC (380.1 μM ± 13.5) compared to the pBBRBB::gfp negative control (118.9μM ± 1.1). These results are in line with those seen by the Keasling lab. Following sulfide measurements, cadmium chloride was added (200 μM), and cells were allowed to incubate without shaking at 37C overnight. Cells were pelleted to look for a color change indicating precipitation of CdS.  Cell pellets for K12 expressing phsABS were yellow/brown indicating precipitation of CdS while the vector control cells (pBBRBB::gfp) remained white.
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The main goal of EncapsuLab was to design a system to physically separate our living bacteria from the outside environment as well as to preserve and protect the bacteria inside our system. This was essential that the bacteria survive the process we subjected them to in order to be able to actively remediate mercury over time. To achieve this, we created a water-porous silica matrix using techniques developed by the Aksan and Wackett labs at the U of M. Furthermore, we developed a device to house the encapsulated bacteria for application in real world water-cleaning system. In addition to this, we conceptualized a scaling-up of our system for larger water-cleaning problems. Lastly, we developed a mathematical model to compare our experimental data in order to better understand the biochemical networks behind our work.
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About: Jeff Gralnick earned his PhD in Bacteriology from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and was a Texaco-Prize postdoctoral fellow at the California Institute of Technology in the Division of Geology and Planetary Sciences before coming to the Microbiology Department at the University of Minnesota in 2005. The Gralnick Lab focuses on microbial physiology and synthetic biology of environmental metal transforming bacteria with goals to both understand complex systems and to reengineer them for bioenergy and bioremediation applications.
 
  
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About: Casim Sarkar received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2002). After a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Zurich (2002-2005), Dr. Sarkar was an assistant professor in the Department of Bioengineering at the University of Pennsylvania (2006-2013). He is currently an associate professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Minnesota. His research interests lie in the area of molecular cell engineering, both for fundamental biological discovery and for translational design.
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About: Sarah is a postdoctoral research associate who joined the Schmidt-Dannert lab in 2014.  She earned her B.S. in Biochemistry from UW-Madison in 2002 and her Ph.D. in Microbiology from Cornell University in 2011.  Her main research interests are in microbial molecular biology, genetics and biochemistry.  To this end, her current research in the CSD group is to construct a modular system to clone and express multi-gene fungal biosynthetic pathways in yeast.
 
  
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<a id="bio-id" href="#" title="<font size='4'> Name: James Ellinger <br>
 
Year: Post Doctoral <br>
 
Team: Wet Lab (Advisor) <br>
 
About:  When James isn't busy being a professional scientist, he enjoys living a circular life. He runs to eat, and eats to run.
 
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<a id="bio-id" href="#" title="<font size='4'> Name: Aunica Kane <br>
 
Year: Graduate Student <br>
 
Team: Wet Lab / Dry Lab (Advisor) <br>
 
About:  Aunica is a 5th year Ph.D. Candidate in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology &amp; Biophysics. She earned her B.A. in Biology in 2006 and her M.S. in Microbial Engineering in 2010 both from the University of Minnesota. Her main research interests are microbial ecology, molecular biology, and synthetic biology. Currently her work focuses on engineering synthetic communities for biotechnology applications. She enjoys teaching and mentoring, and this is her second year advising the University of Minnesota's iGEM team.
 
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Major: Genetics, Cell Biology, and Development <br>
 
Team:  Wet Lab <br>
 
About:  I am interested in synthetic biology and its applications in drug discovery.
 
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<a id="bio-id" href="#" title="<font size='4'> Name: Valeriu Bortnov <br>
 
Major: Biochemistry, GCD <br>
 
Team: Wet Lab <br>
 
About: I am a senior at the University of Minnesota and am planning to go to graduate school for a PhD after I graduate. I currently work in a biochemistry lab at the University of Minnesota studying terpene synthases. In my spare time, I very much enjoy playing guitar, piano and drums as well as writing music as a hobby.
 
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Major: Chemistry, Physiology <br>
 
Team: Dry Lab <br>
 
About:  I'm a senior in Chemistry that's been involved with iGEM since 2012. For this project I was in charge of the whole EncapsuLab portion of our project. Post graduation, my end goal is to pursue a Master's degree in International Business at the Fletcher School of Diplomacy at Tufts. Other than iGEM, I'm highly active in the Alpha Chi Sigma chemistry fraternity and with the Hellenic Student Association to promote Greek-American culture.
 
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About:  In addition to iGEM, Jessica enjoys reading, biking, and beer and is an avid LOTR fan. She will be graduating in December and will continue to work in the Public Health Laboratory at the Minnesota Department of Health after graduation.
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<a id="bio-id" href="#" title="<font size='4'> Name: Holly Li <br>
 
Major: Mathematics <br>
 
Team: Dry Lab <br>
 
About:  I graduated this year with a B.S. in Mathematics. I will continue my studies in computer science.
 
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<a id="bio-id" href="#" title="<font size='4'> Name: Cassandra Barret <br> Year: Senior <br>
 
Major: Microbiology <br>
 
Team: Human Practices / Wet Lab <br>
 
About: I’m a senior studying microbiology. Some of my main research interests include the human microbiome, Huntington’s disease, and synthetic biology. Outside of the classroom I’m an officer in the Microbiology Club and Synthetic Biology Society. I also work in the Veterinary Diagnostics Lab on campus. My hobbies outside of science include hiking, poetry writing, cooking, and biking.
 
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About: Active member of the Beta Chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma. I enjoy reading, cooking, trivia, outdoor activities, and having fun. Apart from synthetic biology, I am also interested in biomaterials and developing sustainable ways to manufacture chemicals. From Moorpark, CA.
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    <h3>Our Policy and Practices approach this year has focused on establishing an effective two-way discourse between our team and the public in order to inform our design, educate the public, and illuminate ethical issues related to both our project and integration of public opinion into project implementation. We focused our discussion on safety, ethics, sustainability, and intellectual property in order to design a project that fits the needs of the public while maintaining technical viability and high potential for commercialization. Our team did extensive educational outreach in addition to educating ourselves on public perception of our work. We used this input to inform our device design such that it could be implemented in a way that addresses the major concerns of both scientists and consumers. We also took steps to protect our intellectual property and explore the patenting and commercialization process of our product. Finally, our team sought to investigate ethical issues brought up by our discourse with the public by discussing both our work and ethics related to the project with a variety of experts and ethicists.
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            <h3>Building on past successes, our team has been devoted to volunteering our services to the community in a number of educational venues. The team took our curriculum, first developed in 2013, and improved the structure and delivery of our lesson plans in the hopes of encouraging awareness and education on topics in synthetic biology. Since 2013 our educational outreach group ECORI (Educating Communities On Research Innovation) has taught our <a href="http://2014.igem.org/wiki/images/a/ab/Curriculumhandbook.pdf" style="color:white;"> original interactive classroom curriculum </a>to over 200 students (K-12) and their teachers. This year we also created a mobile exhibit form of our curriculum along with a layman’s introduction to our project that we displayed on over half a dozen weekends to visitors of all ages at the Science Museum of Minnesota. Our curriculum has also been brought to several other STEM fairs and family fun events in the Twin Cities area including the 3M Science Day Fair for 3M employees and their families, UMN Biodiversity Fair, CSE Family Fun Fair, and the Middle School STEM Fair hosted by the Association of Multicultural Students at UMN. Finally, the team designed a Synthetic Biology Game Show that was presented on stage with 30 participants at the Minnesota State Fair to assess the general public’s knowledge of the subject and teach hundreds of passers-by in a way that was both engaging and interactive. Winners were rewarded with reusable bags, magnets, and gift cards donated by our sponsors. In the spirit of science, our curriculum has been ever evolving to constantly address salient topics and educational materials. The variable versions of our curriculum allow it to be flexible and practical in various settings.
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            <h3> Our team sought to inform the majority stakeholders in our community concerning the scope of our project. This year our team chose to have an exhibit catered towards adult residents at the Minnesota State Fair (the largest statewide annual gathering with over 1.8 million visitors each year) to learn how we can best design our technology to meet the needs and concerns of the people whose waters we hope to bioremediate. We delivered a short synopsis of our device, the synthetic biology involved, and safety precautions we have outlined for our project. We then presented visitors with a five question survey using a Likert Scale to gauge public perception of both our device, and the synthetic biology methods used. The survey was a huge success with over 320 participants. With such a diverse attendance, our survey captured a great cross-section of the Minnesota community that would be impacted by the implementation of our device. The results of our survey, illustrated below, informed how and where the public would be most comfortable with implementing our device, and illustrated the need for catered education addressing the public’s major concerns prior to applying our device in the environment. Our model for gauging public perception allowed for a wide, diverse crowd to be accessed. This model can be used upon request.
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<h4>Intellectual Property</h4>
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Members of our team attended three Intellectual Property Protection and patenting workshops that educated them on the process of commercialization of our invention. This allowed us to develop a comprehensive <a href="http://2014.igem.org/wiki/images/e/e4/IGEM_Business_Plan.pdf " style="color:white;"> business plan </a>and perform an economic analysis of the mining, fisheries, and governmental markets that could potentially benefit from the use of our invention. We presented our work and received feedback and advice from employees and scientists at both Cargill and 3M. We also worked in conjunction with the Office of Technology Commercialization to explore the patentability of our project, the novelty, the non obviousness, and utility of our product and how to make the best claims to patent our device or license it to Minnepura Technologies, Inc.
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<h3> Basem and Patrick meet with patent attorneys at the Office for Technology Commercialization </h3>
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In order for our project to reach commercialization and success with the public, we needed to inform ourselves as well as others of the ethics of the use of our invention. We compiled this documentary in order to inform those unfamiliar with the problem of global mercury contamination and to discuss the bioethical questions of synthetic biology as they related to our device implementation. We conducted interviews with specialists from environmental toxicology, biotechnology, and philosophy. Through our collaboration with the 2014 Colombia iGEM Team, we further examined the current mercury contamination in Colombia and around the globe.
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            <h3><b>Our Training </b>
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                DEHS Introduction: Research Safety
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                DEHS Chemical Safety
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<h3>Our Local Rules and Regulations: <br>
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                  The project was discussed with the Department of Environmental Health and Safety at our university, and a plan was devised for mercury waste disposal based on their input. General biosafety guidelines found at https://www.dehs.umn.edu/bio.htm, http://www.dehs.umn.edu/bio_pracprin.htm and http://www.cdc.gov/biosafety/publications/bmbl5/bmbl.pdf were followed. <br>
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Lab coats, gloves, and full face shields were used when cutting gel fragments in proximity of ultraviolet light. A lab coat, inner and outer (long cuffed) nitrile gloves, lab goggles and face shields will be used for handling mercury, and used materials were disposed of by the University of Minnesota Department of Environmental Health and Safety. In addition, there are assigned incubators, hoods, and disposal containers specifically for experiments that involved mercury. </h3>
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We used non-pathogenic (BSL1) lab strains of bacteria to minimize the risk to humans. Second, our device would be air tight to prevent the bacteria from escaping and a filter to store the mercury that has been biologically remediated. Third, we could use one of the kill switch proposals that were created so that if the bacteria were to escape outside they would swiftly self-destruct.
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<p><b>Wet Lab:</b></p>
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<p> Mercury Project Design: </p>
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Basem, Aunica
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Mercury Ion Testing:
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Sarah, Cassandra, Camilo, Srijay, Jennifer, Suzie, Aunica
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Methylmercury Testing:
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Nater Lab, Niko, Srijay, Patrick, Suzie, Basem, Aunica
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Cadmium, Zinc, Copper project design/ Testing
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Basem, Stephen, Aunica, Cassandra
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mer operon:
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Parts cloning: Basem, Jennifer, Valeriu
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Basem, Stephen, Cassandra
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Basem, Stephen, Sarah, Jennifer
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Basem, Stephen, Camilo, Logan
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Basem, Stephen, Valeriu, Jessica, Cassandra, Sarah
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Basem, Stephen, Logan, David
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Shewanella oneidensis: Basem
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E. coli K12: Basem, David
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Cell encapsulation: Niko, Patrick, Srijay, David, Basem, Suzie
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Cell Viability Testing: Niko, Srijay, Patrick, David
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SEM encapsulation imaging: Niko, UofM imaging center
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Device design: Roxana, Niko
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Science Museum Curriculum Design: Sarah L, Jessica, Cassandra, Sarah Perdue
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Science Museum outreach: Jess, Jen, David, Sarah, Cassandra, Basem, Srijay, Di, Holly, Logan, Valeriu, Taylor
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3M, Cargill company presentations: Suzie, Basem, Cassandra, Stephen, Jess
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In order to measure the constitutive phsABC thiosulfate reducing activity of NaS2O3 to H2S, the operon was first inserted into the pBBRBB vector with a constitutive Placpromoter and transformed into E. coli K12. As a negative control, pBBRBB::gfp was tested under the same conditions. The pBBRBB::phsABC K12 and pBBRBB::gfp K12 cells were grown in three test tubes each containing heavy metal tryptone medium as well as 3mM NaS2O3. A third set of test tubes were set up with the same contents except without cells as an additional negative control. After 24 hours of incubation, the exact amount of H2S present in each of three different sets of tubes was then measured using a hydrogen sulfide assay tested against a known standard curve of various Na2S concentrations. The compiled results showed that the sulfide concentration was considerably higher for the cultures containing pBBRBB:phsABC (380.1 μM ± 13.5) compared to the pBBRBB::gfp negative control (118.9μM ± 1.1). A second set of experiments was also conducted with pBBRBB:phsABC K12, pBBRBB::GFP K12, and an abiotic control grown in heavy metal tryptone medium, 3mM NaS2O3tubes, and 2.5mM Fe(II)Cl2. Since the phsABC gene is responsible reducing thiosulfate, NaS2O3 would be converted to H2S, which will further react with Fe(II)Cl2 to produce FeS, a black precipitate. After a 24 hour incubation period, the pBBRBB:phsABC K12 cells were the only ones seen to produce FeS, confirming the role of the phsABC gene in reducing thiosulfate. To affirm that this reaction is also successful under non-enclosed systems, the same sets of samples were also tested on 0.2% plates containing 3mM NaS2O3tubes and 2.5mM Fe(II)Cl2. The results after 24 hours of incubation were similar to the experiments conducted in test tubes. Following sulfide measurements, cadmium chloride was added (200 μM), and cells were allowed to incubate without shaking at 37C overnight. Cells were pelleted to look for a color change indicating precipitation of CdS. Cell pellets for K12 expressing phsABS were yellow/brown indicating precipitation of CdS while the vector control cells (pBBRBB::gfp) remained white.
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The UMN collaborated with Wisconsin Lutheran to facilitate a week’s worth of synthetic biology curriculum by sending detailed lesson plans developed by our iGEM team, along with strains of microorganisms used to facilitate trainings. In addition, we participated in Columbia iGEM's low-budget lab exercise, who in turn provided UMN iGEM with an interview with a local environmental health specialist who has extensive knowledge of the mercury contamination problem within Columbia.
 
  
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The primary goal of UMN iGEM 2014 has been to design a project in line with the major safety, ethics, and intellectual property concerns of both scientists and the public. We took the following steps to address each of these issues:<br><br>
 
 
<b>Safety</b>: Our project gives detailed attention to the prevention of releasing genetically modified bacteria into the environment via encapsulation and the development of several killswitch proposals. The device also includes an activated carbon filter to both collect mercury and prevent release of the bacteria. During an outreach event at 3M we also discussed this filtration element of our device with one of their filtration experts to further inform our safety measures.<br><br>
 
 
<b>Ethics</b>: We have been committed to establishing an open and productive dialogue between UMN iGEM and the public. Our surveying at the State Fair of public opinion on safety and implementation concerns of our device helped to inform our design. We believe there is great ethical importance to involving the community in the design of a device that could potentially be used on their waters. We also developed an interactive game show at the fair to actively engage the public in synthetic biology knowledge. Our dialogue with the public has also included our outreach program at local schools, the Science Museum of Minnesota, and various STEM fairs allowing us to develop a dynamic dialogue with both children and their parents. The program focuses on the understanding of DNA in order to demystify the basic principles behind synthetic biology. It is our hope that a more solid understanding of these principles may help to familiarize children with biotechnological tools and decrease misconceptions about the nature of DNA manipulation. We hope this may help to develop an informed future community of consumers and constituents to facilitate open dialogues between scientists and the public. Finally, we interviewed various experts in bioethics and scientific fields related to our project to help further inform ourselves and give essential background to those unfamiliar with the global issue of mercury contamination.<br><br>
 
 
<b>Intellectual Property</b>: We sought to create an integrative and marketable project by developing a business plan along with marketing analysis for our device. We also educated ourselves about the patenting process via on campus seminars. Finally, we applied for a patent to protect the intellectual property of our team in order to help protect us during any future implementation of the developed business plan.<br><br>
 
 
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Welcome to the University of Minnesota iGEM team website! We hope you enjoy learning about us and what we do!