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Glowing Plant

Glowing Plant

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A 3 enzyme pathway coding for fungal bioluminescence, codon optimized for Nicotiana benthamiana in MoClo-compatible high-copy ampicillin resistance backbones. 

One of the most requested and inspiring biotech projects has been to make glowing plants. Recently, a group out of Moscow has successfully created a glowing plant that is visible with the naked eye. They were able to do this by using the fungal bioluminescence pathway instead of the bacterial bioluminescence pathway, which increased the efficiency of light production in these eukaryotic organisms. 

To learn more, please see the submitted FreeGenes memo, synthesis memos, and other docs:glowing_plant_memo.docxglowing_plant_synthesis_memo.pdf,  

Documentation

This distribution comprises of {13} genetic parts. {7} of these parts are Luz and Luz alternatives, the main light producing enzyme. {3} of these parts are 2 enzymes that complete the biosynthetic pathway necessary to sustain light production. 1 enzyme, HispS, has been split into 2 parts because it was too large for synthesis directly. It can be put back together with BglII or BsaI with the overhang sequence of GATC. The remaining {3} parts are vector components to put test these genes quickly while a FreeGenes Plant toolkit is put together.      

Shipped as purified and dried down plasmid DNA stained with Cresol Red in one 96-well plate. Each well contains approximately 50 ng of DNA. Cresol Red will not impact plasmid transformation. The plate map can be found here.

Full history of modifications are available in the snapgene files in sequence_files.zip. Genbank files are also provided in genbank_files.zip. The exact sequences ordered from Twist are available in glowing_plant_order.csv. The genes are flanked by experimentally validated orthogonal primer pairs, and a I-SceI barcode. Full set of primer pairs for all FreeGenes parts are in a git repo. Detailed information on changes can be found in the curators_notes.md.

Note: Partial plasmid duplication has been found for BBF10K_003492 (H3H test vector). This partial duplication should not impact transformation, outgrowth or primer attachment. 


This product is made available under the unilateral OpenMTA

Some or all of these items are for use only as permitted by a research exemption.

 

Genes

Gene Name Freegenes ID
Luz Fungal Luciferase BBF10K_003480
Luz-Homologue Fungal Luciferase-Homologue BBF10K_003481
Luz-Mc Mycena citricolor Fungal Luciferase BBF10K_003482
Luz-Oo Omphalotus olearius Fungal Luciferase BBF10K_003483
Luz-RFP Fungal Luciferase RFP fusion BBF10K_003484
Luz-Y189F Fungal Luciferase Y189F pocket mutation BBF10K_003485
Luz-Y233F Fungal Luciferase Y233F pocket mutation BBF10K_003486
H3H hispidin-3-hydroxylase BBF10K_003487
HispS_1 hispidin synthase BBF10K_003488
HispS_2 hispidin synthase BBF10K_003489
Vector-Luz Luz test vector BBF10K_003490
Vector-HispS HispS test vector BBF10K_003491
Vector-H3H H3H test vector BBF10K_003492

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Travis Wertz travis {at} traviswertz {dot} com United States
Moritz Venne moritz.venne {at} web {dot} de Germany
Amjed Alsultan amjed.talib {at} qu {dot} edu {dot} iq Iraq
YANG ZHANG Yang.Zhang {at} vub {dot} be Belgium
Wapouo Fadanka Stephane mboalab {at} gmail {dot} com Republic of Cameroon
James Altamirano James_altam {at} yahoo {dot} com United States
Jordan Gonzalez jgonzalez {at} thecitizensciencelab {dot} org United States
Cihan Aydin cihan.aydin {at} medeniyet {dot} edu {dot} tr Turkey
Tomasz Jurkowski jurkowskit {at} cardiff {dot} ac {dot} uk United Kingdom
Wei-Min Chang WeiMinChang {at} tmu {dot} edu {dot} tw Taiwan
Sreenivas Eadara sreeni.eadara {at} gmail {dot} com United States
Hernán Rebolledo lenaranjo {at} gmail {dot} com United States
Ahmed Hegazy a.hegazy {at} biotec {dot} rwth-aachen {dot} de Germany
Ismael Gonzalez linjo200 {at} gmail {dot} com United States
Ben Daniels bndaniel {at} calpoly {dot} edu United States
Josephine Labos N/A Philippines
Jimmy Gledson Hayden Linhares haydenlinhars {at} gmail {dot} com Brazil
Jonathan LeCureux jlecureu {at} svsuedu United States
Kitty Martens kitmartens {at} gmail {dot} com Canada
Dong Nguyen Tam NA Vietnam
Piero Beraun piero.beraun {at} utec {dot} edu {dot} pe Italy
Foong-Jing Goh wind1989 {at} hotmail {dot} com Taiwan
Libby Sharpe libby.sharpe {at} leomail {dot} tamuc {dot} edu United States
Peer Schenk reuben.brown {at} uqconnect {dot} edu {dot} au Australia
Ery Fukushima ery.fukushima {at} ikiam {dot} edu {dot} ec Ecuador
Tal Globus bio {at} talglobus {dot} com United States
Ahmed Atef ahmed_atefaig2 {at} yahoo {dot} com United States
Yuwei Jia NA Belgium
Eric Theis Aracaifon {at} gmail {dot} com United States
Thooyavan George www.hetrogenebiotech.com India
Erman ÖZER aracnoid {at} gmail {dot} com Turkey
Mikhail Khvochtchev mikhail.khv {at} mahidol {dot} edu Thailand
Jehovani Lopez NA United States
Joey Van Koningsbruggen joey {at} jimmyjoy {dot} com Netherlands
Majed Alghamdi mafa2 {at} le {dot} ac {dot} uk United Kingdom

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