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Poster Pdf
Kathleen Lewis1, Allison Durkan1, Inna Turshudzhyan1, Kara Le Fort2, Nicholas
Roehner1, Prashant Vaidyanathan1, Douglas Densmore1
1
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Boston University, Boston, MA
2
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Boston University, Boston, MA
Introduction
Synthetic biology, a new field that combines genetic engineering with the
technologies and principles of other engineering disciplines, continues to grow,
necessitating the collaboration of researchers with diverse backgrounds. The
expansion of the field also requires new software tools to foster collaboration
and assist in the management of interdisciplinary labs. Phagebook aims to fill
this gap by integrating a variety of synthetic biology-specific tools into a social
media platform. It combines social networking features, such as customizable
profiles, with features for project documentation and lab management, such as
an electronic lab notebook and lab ordering system.
Features
Personal
Research
The personal profile page acts as a home page to
Phagebook, incorporating features such as:
The project management system allows Phagebook users to
document, store, and share their wet lab and computational project
information. Features Include:
● Project-specific privacy settings
● Ability to integrate data from other Clotho Applications
● Share results amongst the project team
● Receive notifications from team members
● Comment on new updates
● Project thumbnails: displays an
icon, a brief description, and a
list of collaborators for each
project to which the user
contributes
● Status feed: includes personal
updates from the user and
posts as the user accesses
other Clotho applications
● Colleagues search: allows users
to search for colleagues based
on name and email, add them
and display them
● About section: displays users’
lab
affiliations
and
lists
publications
● Permissions:
users
create
profiles with different levels of
authorization, which are used in
the ordering process
Ordering
The ordering system minimizes the overhead of managing a lab’s
inventory, orders, available funds and list of vendors. Through
the ordering system, users can:
● Order biological parts, DNA sequences, and/or lab equipment
● Specify and store a list of companies, items, and prices
● Create, edit and approve orders based on user’s level of
authority
● Track project-specific inventory and budgets
● Receive alerts about recent orders and budget constraints
Acknowledgements
We would like to thank Swati Carr, Sonya Iverson, Demarcus Briers, Zach Chapasko, and Nick Marsella.

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