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• luxR plasmids for exploring modular gene regulation (as described in Magaraci+, ACS Synthetic Biology, 2016): The plasmid collection is available at Addgene.
• 24-well plate illuminator for optogenetic induction (as described in Hannanta-anan and Chow, Cell Systems, 2016): CAD files are available at Penn Scholarly Commons, where updates will be posted.
• Low-cost transilluminator for automated and web-enabled gel/plate documentation (as described in Magaraci+, ACS Synthetic Biology, 2016): CAD files and assembly instructions are available in the manuscript supplementary material online. The ISO file for RaspberryPi installation and initialization are available at Penn Scholarly Commons, where updates will be posted.
• LOV domain annotations for ontological function and conserved domain topology (as described in Glantz+, PNAS, 2016): The entire dataset is available as an Excel spreadsheet in the supplementary material online.