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DNA Synthesis and Assembly

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DNA synthesis and assembly is a highly advanced process that allows scientists and researchers to artificially create DNA molecules in a laboratory setting. It involves the chemical synthesis of DNA nucleotides and the precise assembly of these nucleotides into a desired DNA sequence. This cutting-edge technology enables researchers to create custom DNA constructs for a wide range of applications in fields such as genetics, biotechnology, and synthetic biology.

Gene assembly strategies from microarray-derived oligonucleotides(Siying Ma et al.,2012)Gene assembly strategies from microarray-derived oligonucleotides(Siying Ma et al.,2012)

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Genome Editing Gene Assembly High-Fidelity DNA Assembly Cloning Kit GE0011 Online Inquiry
Genome Editing Gene Assembly High-Fidelity DNA Assembly Master Mix GE0012 Online Inquiry

Service Offered

DNA synthesis and assembly services offer a diverse range of options to meet the specific research needs of scientists and researchers. These examples represent just a fraction of the wide range of applications that DNA synthesis and assembly can offer.

Services Applications Description
Oligonucleotide Synthesis - PCR, DNA sequencing, gene synthesis, molecular cloning. - Custom synthesis of short DNA fragments (oligonucleotides) with specific sequences, used in various molecular biology techniques.
Gene Synthesis - Gene cloning, protein expression, genetic engineering. - Assembly of custom DNA sequences to produce full-length genes for subsequent use in research, biotechnology, and medicine.
DNA Library Synthesis - Functional genomics, drug discovery, high-throughput screening. - Synthesis of diverse DNA sequences to create libraries for studying gene function, identifying drug targets, or screening assays.
DNA Assembly and Cloning Services - Gene cloning, plasmid construction, genetic engineering services. - Professional services for assembling and cloning DNA fragments, providing custom solutions for researchers' specific needs.
Codon Optimization - Enhancing gene expression, protein production in heterologous systems. - Adjustment of DNA sequences to optimize codon usage for improved translation efficiency and protein expression.
Modified DNA Synthesis - Research involving modified bases, aptamer development, diagnostics. - Synthesis of DNA incorporating modified bases or chemical modifications to study gene regulation, diagnostics, or aptamer design.

Service Process

Our DNA synthesis and assembly services follow a streamlined process to ensure accurate and reliable results:

  1. Consultation: Our team of experienced experts will work closely with you to understand your specific research requirements. We will provide personalized guidance and recommendations on the best approach to achieve your goals.
  2. Design and Ordering: Once the DNA sequence is finalized, our team will assist you in designing and ordering the necessary DNA fragments or gene synthesis. We will ensure that the design meets your specifications and optimize it for the desired application.
  3. DNA Synthesis: Using state-of-the-art technology, we will synthesize the DNA fragments or the entire gene sequence with the utmost precision, accuracy, and efficiency. Our advanced synthesis methods guarantee high-quality DNA constructs that meet the strictest standards.
  4. Assembly and Verification: If required, we will assemble the synthesized DNA fragments into the desired constructs. Our skilled technicians will perform thorough quality control checks to ensure the accuracy and integrity of the assembled DNA constructs. We employ stringent quality control measures at multiple stages to minimize the risk of errors and ensure the highest level of accuracy.
  5. Delivery: Once the assembly and verification process is complete, we will deliver the final DNA product to you. Along with the DNA constructs, you will receive comprehensive documentation that includes sequence verification data, ensuring complete transparency and traceability.

If you have any other questions or inquiries, please feel free to contact our dedicated team. We are here to assist you with your DNA synthesis and assembly needs, and we look forward to being a part of your scientific journey!


Q: How long does it take to complete a DNA synthesis and assembly project?

A: The turnaround time for a DNA synthesis and assembly project depends on various factors, such as the length and complexity of the DNA sequence, the specific service requested, and our current workload. We understand the importance of timely results, and our team will provide you with an estimated timeline based on your project requirements.

Q: Can you handle large-scale DNA synthesis projects?

A: Yes, we have the capacity and expertise to handle both small-scale and large-scale DNA synthesis projects. Our state-of-the-art facilities, advanced technologies, and experienced team enable us to meet diverse project demands, regardless of the scale.

Q: How do you ensure the accuracy of the synthesized DNA sequences?

A: Ensuring the accuracy of synthesized DNA sequences is of paramount importance to us. We employ rigorous quality control measures throughout the DNA synthesis and assembly process. This includes sequence verification at multiple stages, using advanced sequencing technologies, to ensure the highest level of accuracy and minimize the risk of errors.

Q: Can you assist with DNA sequence design and optimization?

A: Absolutely! Our team of experienced experts can provide comprehensive guidance and support in DNA sequence design, optimization, and other related aspects. We understand the significance of well-designed DNA sequences for successful research outcomes, and we are committed to helping you achieve the best possible results.

Q: What are the different DNA synthesis and assembly technologies available?

A: There are various DNA synthesis and assembly technologies available, each with its own advantages and applications. Some common technologies include oligonucleotide synthesis, PCR-based assembly, Gibson assembly, and Golden Gate assembly. The choice of technology depends on factors such as the desired DNA construct size, complexity, and specific research requirements.

Q: Can you assist with DNA cloning and subcloning?

A: Yes, our DNA synthesis and assembly services can include DNA cloning and subcloning. We can help you clone and transfer DNA fragments into different vectors or host organisms, allowing for further manipulation and analysis of the DNA constructs.

Q: Are there any limitations to DNA synthesis and assembly?

A: While DNA synthesis and assembly technologies have made significant advancements, there are still some limitations to consider. Large and complex DNA constructs may present challenges in terms of synthesis efficiency and accuracy. Additionally, certain DNA sequences with high GC content or repetitive elements may require special considerations during the synthesis and assembly process. Our team will work closely with you to address any specific limitations or challenges related to your project.

Q: Can you provide custom DNA constructs for specific research applications?

A: Yes, we can provide custom DNA constructs tailored to your specific research applications. Whether you need gene expression vectors, reporter constructs, or other specialized DNA constructs, our team can assist you in designing and synthesizing the constructs that meet your research objectives.

Q: What are the privacy and confidentiality measures in place for DNA synthesis and assembly projects?

A: We understand the importance of privacy and confidentiality in scientific research. We have strict protocols and measures in place to protect the privacy and confidentiality of our clients' DNA synthesis and assembly projects. Your project details and data will be handled with the utmost care and stored securely according to industry standards.

Please note that all services are for research use only. Not intended for any clinical use.

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