# Minnesota/9 July 2009

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 Revision as of 19:08, 30 July 2009 (view source)Patsmad (Talk | contribs)← Older edit Latest revision as of 19:10, 30 July 2009 (view source)Patsmad (Talk | contribs) Line 12: Line 12: Image:gfp_u.jpg|Figure 2: Increased GFP Decomposition Rate (3.21E-04) Image:gfp_u.jpg|Figure 2: Increased GFP Decomposition Rate (3.21E-04) Image:gfp_d.jpg|Figure 3: Decreased GFP Decomposition Rate (3.21E-06) Image:gfp_d.jpg|Figure 3: Decreased GFP Decomposition Rate (3.21E-06) -
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As can be seen, there is a small difference when the GFP was increased, but no noticeable difference when GFP decomposition was decreased. The last model set GFP decomposition to zero in order to check whether a decrease would ever significantly affect the graph:
As can be seen, there is a small difference when the GFP was increased, but no noticeable difference when GFP decomposition was decreased. The last model set GFP decomposition to zero in order to check whether a decrease would ever significantly affect the graph:
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Image:gfp_d2.jpg|Figure 4: GFP Decomposition Set to Zero Image:gfp_d2.jpg|Figure 4: GFP Decomposition Set to Zero -

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- As + As can be seen the elimination of GFP production doesn't have an effect. This makes sense since source literature says GFP decomposition is minor when compared to the dilution as a result of cell division.

## Latest revision as of 19:10, 30 July 2009

Patrick
Today I received and analyzed the three models created yesterday, smad_ttn_gfp_u, smad_ttn_gfp_d, smad_ttn_gfp_d2. Below are the first two models, where the kinetic constant for reaction 10 (gfp -->) was raised and lowered by an order of magnitude (from 3.21E-05 1/s). The base is shown for comparison:

As can be seen, there is a small difference when the GFP was increased, but no noticeable difference when GFP decomposition was decreased. The last model set GFP decomposition to zero in order to check whether a decrease would ever significantly affect the graph:

As can be seen the elimination of GFP production doesn't have an effect. This makes sense since source literature says GFP decomposition is minor when compared to the dilution as a result of cell division.