Downloads and Documentation
Links and downloads for the Dial-A-Wave system
Described in Microfluidics for Synthetic Biology: From Design to Execution. Michael Ferry, Ivan Razinkov, and Jeff Hasty. Methods in Enzymology (2011)
Supplementary materials accompanying the article:
Entrainment of a Population of Synthetic Genetic Oscillators. Octavio Mondragon-Palomino, Tal Danino, Jangir Selimkhanov, Lev Tsimring, Jeff Hasty. Science (2011)
Each folder contains three types of .mat files:
1. Trajectories_*Ara_*Min_xy*.mat contains fluorescent trajectory data (fluorescence, area, position) with rows representing cells and columns representing time points (3 min spacing). The name of the file specifies strength of the driving signal (%ara), period of the driving signal (0min refers to no driving signal), and trap number.
2. MaxIntensityArray_0.15.mat contains a matrix for the cutoff for the maximum fluorescence value with rows representing signals with different entrainment period (0 min not included), and columns representing trap number.
3. SignalArray_0.15.mat contains a matrix of input signal trajectories with columns representing signals with different entrainment period (0 min not included) and rows representing time points (3 min spacing).
Supplementary materials accompanying the article:
Monitoring dynamics of single-cell gene expression over multiple cell cycles. S. Cookson, N. Ostroff, W.L. Pang, D. Volfson and J. Hasty. Molecular Systems Biology (2005)
  • 8in x 10in Photomask (Freehand file). Recommended printing parameters: Negative Tone, Emulsion Up, 10,000 DPI. Please contact Scott Cookson if you have any questions/comments.
  • Yeast cells growing within the trapping region of the Tesla device Quicktime movie (13.9Mb).
  • Please visit cell tracking software page.

Citing the materials:
If you use any of the data, software, or photomasks listed above, please cite the appropriate publication. Thank you!