Comprehensive Guide to Gene Fragment Synthesis Services

What Are Gene Fragments? Gene fragments are short sequences of DNA that represent a portion of a gene or a collection of genes. These fragments are synthetically constructed to match exact sequences required for various scientific and medical applications. Unlike full genes, gene fragments are smaller and easier to handle, making them ideal for use…

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Enhancing Biotechnology with E.coli Metabolic Engineering Services

Metabolic engineering is a powerful field that combines the principles of biology, chemistry, and engineering to optimize genetic and regulatory processes within cells. This process aims to enhance the production of specific substances. E.coli, a model organism with well-characterized genetics, rapid growth, and versatility, plays a significant role in metabolic engineering. Let’s explore the impact…

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Design proteins, Is AI better than humans?

The function of proteins is programmed and determined by the genetic information of organisms, which have evolved in nature. However, the characteristics formed during natural selection and evolution sometimes do not meet the strict standards and conditions required in industrial production or medical applications. For example, insufficient protein stability in extreme industrial environments, or direct…

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Overview of DNA synthesis technology

April 25th is DNA day, a big day in the history of biology, because 68 years ago, on April 25th, 1953, James Watson, Francis Crick, and their colleagues published a paper on the double helix structure of DNA in Nature. Since then, the mystery of DNA structure that has plagued generations has been solved, and…

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How does a plasmid exist?

Plasmid DNA is a small double stranded circular DNA molecule that is exposed (without protein binding), structurally simple, independent of bacterial nucleoid DNA, and has the ability to self replicate. Image plasmids usually carry only a small number of genes, especially those related to antibiotic resistance; In addition, plasmids can be transmitted between different bacterial…

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CRISPR-CAS system

CRISPRme, an off target prediction tool that can consider the impact of genetic variation

In recent years, CRISPR gene editing technology has attracted great attention due to its enormous potential in the treatment of hereditary diseases. However, the potential off target effects that may occur during gene editing have always been an important safety concern. In addition, different populations have different genetic information, which poses great difficulties in accurately…

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