with Automated Gene Synthesis at Your Benchtop
Aired Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Speaker: Julie K. Robinson, M.B.A., Senior Product Manager, SGI-DNA
Artificial gene synthesis (DNA printing) is a powerful synthetic biology tool allowing fast, error-free assembly of almost any desired DNA sequence. Many modern genomics applications start with gene synthesis, including protein production, antibody library generation and cell engineering. In this webinar we will discuss how you can take control of your workflow and accelerate your research by synthetically building and cloning genes and gene variants on your own benchtop. We’ll learn how the BioXp™ 3200 System assembles your gene of interest in silico, utilizing specific and targeted sequence modifications for more efficient results. We will discover how this versatile genomic workstation creates your gene, automates cloning and advances the DNA through various workflows to streamline and speed genomic discovery.
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