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Golden Gate Assembly Service(K Chockalingam,et al.,2020)

Golden Gate Assembly Service is a specialized service offered by our company. It is a powerful molecular biology technique used for DNA assembly and genetic engineering. With our expertise and advanced equipment, we can provide efficient and reliable Golden Gate Assembly solutions tailored to your specific needs. Whether you are working on a small-scale project or a large-scale research endeavor, our Golden Gate Assembly Service can support your DNA assembly requirements.


When you choose our Golden Gate Assembly Service, you can expect the following key benefits:

  • High-quality DNA assembly: We ensure accurate and seamless assembly of DNA fragments, enabling you to construct complex genetic constructs with ease. Our team of skilled professionals has extensive experience in handling DNA assembly, ensuring the highest standards of quality.
  • Rapid turnaround time: We understand that time is of the essence in scientific research and project development. That's why we prioritize efficiency and strive to deliver results as quickly as possible. With our experienced team and streamlined processes, we can provide you with fast turnaround times, saving you valuable time in your research or project.
  • Customized solutions: We recognize that every project is unique, with its own specific requirements and goals. That's why we work closely with you to understand your needs and provide customized Golden Gate Assembly solutions that meet your specific requirements. Our experts will collaborate with you to design the optimal DNA assembly strategy, selecting the appropriate DNA fragments for your project's success.
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Service Process

Our Golden Gate Assembly Service follows a comprehensive process to ensure the highest quality and successful outcomes for your projects:

  1. Consultation: We start by having a detailed discussion about your project requirements and goals. During this consultation phase, we will listen to your needs and objectives, ensuring a clear understanding of your project's scope.
  2. Design and planning: Based on the information gathered during the consultation phase, our team of experts will assist you in designing the optimal DNA assembly strategy. We will help you select the most suitable DNA fragments for your project, considering factors such as compatibility and efficiency.
  3. Golden Gate Assembly: Once the design and planning phase is complete, we will proceed with the Golden Gate Assembly process. Leveraging our state-of-the-art equipment and expertise, we will efficiently assemble your DNA fragments, ensuring accurate and seamless results.
  4. Quality control and validation: To ensure the accuracy and integrity of the assembled DNA constructs, we conduct rigorous quality control checks. Our quality control measures include thorough inspections and validations, ensuring that the final DNA constructs meet the highest standards of quality.
  5. Delivery: Once the assembly is complete and validated, we deliver the final DNA constructs to you, ready for your downstream applications. We take pride in our prompt and reliable delivery service, ensuring that you receive the results in a timely manner.

Don't hesitate to reach out to us for any further questions or to discuss your specific project requirements. We are here to provide you with exceptional Golden Gate Assembly Service, tailored to your needs and goals.

Case Studies

Assembly bias with T4 DNA ligase and Type IIS restriction enzymes generating four-base overhangs. (A) The normalized overhang ligation frequencies for all 120 non-palindromic Watson-Crick pairs were plotted for DNA assembly reactions containing T4 DNA ligase and the indicated Type IIS restriction enzyme. (B-C) The most and least frequently observed overhang pairs and their relative frequency per 100,000 ligation events are shown. The overhangs are written in a 50 to 30 orientation. The overhang pairs are color-coded according to their frequency relative to the average in terms of the number of standard deviations.——John M. PryorI,et al.,2020

Golden Gate Assembly Service


Here are some frequently asked questions about our Golden Gate Assembly Service:

Q: How long does the Golden Gate Assembly process take?

A: The turnaround time depends on the complexity of your project. We strive to deliver results as quickly as possible and will provide you with an estimated timeline during the consultation phase. Factors such as the number of DNA fragments and the desired complexity of the genetic constructs can influence the overall assembly time.

Q: Can you handle large-scale Golden Gate Assembly projects?

A: Yes, our team is experienced in handling projects of various scales. We have the capacity and expertise to handle both small and large-scale Golden Gate Assembly projects effectively. Whether you need assistance with a small-scale experiment or a large-scale research project, we are well-equipped to support your needs.

Q: Can you assist with the design of DNA fragments for Golden Gate Assembly?

A: Absolutely! Our experts can provide guidance and assistance in designing DNA fragments suitable for Golden Gate Assembly, ensuring optimal assembly efficiency. We understand the importance of designing DNA fragments that are compatible and efficient, and our team will work closely with you to ensure the success of your project.

Q: What applications can benefit from Golden Gate Assembly?

A: Golden Gate Assembly is widely used in various fields of molecular biology and genetic engineering. It is particularly useful for creating plasmids, genetic circuits, and multi-gene constructs. Researchers and scientists working in synthetic biology, genetic engineering, and related disciplines can greatly benefit from the efficiency and accuracy of Golden Gate Assembly.

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

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