CD Biosynsis provides professional genetic circuit design services for synthetic biology researchers around the world to facilitate their cutting-edge research. We provide tailored solutions and powerful tools to bring diverse synthetic applications and creative ideas to fruition.
Synthetic biology is a field of science that deals with engineering and redesigning biological systems. The design of genetic circuits is inspired by electronics and computer science. Genetic circuits can perform logical functions mimicking those observed in electronic circuits and exhibit control over the flow of information in biological systems. Genetic circuit design should follow the principles of modularity, orthogonality, predictability, and reliability.
In recent years, progress in genetic engineering makes it possible to construct novel genetic circuits with different functions and activation mechanisms. Moreover, the development of new tools, including high-throughput DNA assembly and characterization, computer-aided design, and design automation software, enables rapid and automated design and assembly of genetic circuits. These have the potential to accelerate the design of larger gene circuits, thereby increasing our understanding of circuits and host behavior.
Figure 1. Example architectures of artificial genetic circuits. (Sayut D, et al., 2007)
CD Biosynsis offer a variety of cutting-edge techniques to tailor genetic circuit design services for individual customer specifications. We have an experienced scientific team of biologists, bioinformatics, and chemists to help execute innovative designs for unique applications.
We are also available for on-demand customer assistance via email or phone to help you with any problems or concerns you may have. If you are interested in our services or have any specific needs, please feel free to contact us for more details.
CD Biosynsis is a leading customer-focused biotechnology company dedicated to providing high-quality products, comprehensive service packages, and tailored solutions to support and facilitate the applications of synthetic biology in a wide range of areas.