Team:BJHS Madison AL

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Team BJHS_Madison_AL


Official Team Profile

Contents

Team

Bob Jones High School logo.jpg

Bob Jones High School is located in the ever-growing town of Madison, AL. Madison County has developed from a farming community to a high-tech center that reflects the foresight, planning and hard work of people who want to shape the future yet preserve our rich heritage. iGems is a fantastic way to help teach children the importance of education and technology.

Project

We will insert the human insulin coding part and a glucagon-like coding part into the machine. We will use a two part system and insert two separate compatible plasmids into the plasmid backbone. The machine's promoters should respond to changes in environmental glucose levels and produce either a glucagon-like peptide (with hypoglycemic environmental levels) or a human insulin peptide (with hyperglycemic environmental levels).

Notebook

Show us how you spent your days.

Centrifuge
Pellet
Petri Dishes

Results/Conclusions

What did you achieve over the course of your semester?


Safety

Ms. Morris and Dr. Zahorchak gave an orientation in the Huson Alpha facility, where we are doing majority of our labs, of how to handle and dispose of materials and parts, and what is proper lab attire (e.g. wear closed toed shoes, long pants, etc.).

Attributions

Who worked on what?


Human Practices

What impact does/will your project have on the public?


Fun!

What was your favorite team snack?? Have a picture of your team mascot?