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Modified DNA Synthesis Service

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Modified DNA synthesis is a cutting-edge technology that allows for the creation of DNA molecules with specific modifications or alterations. This process involves introducing various changes to the DNA sequence, such as chemical modifications, fluorescent labeling, incorporation of non-natural bases, and epigenetic modifications. These modifications enable researchers to tailor DNA molecules to suit their specific needs and applications in fields such as molecular biology, genetics, and biotechnology.

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Service Offered

we offer flexible and customizable modified DNA synthesis services. Our team of experts will consult with you to understand your specific requirements, project goals, and timeline. We will design and optimize the modified DNA sequence, ensuring high quality and efficiency. We provide services for different types of DNA modification as follows:

Modified Type Applications Description
Chemical Modification - Research involving modified bases, aptamer development, diagnostics. - Involves the addition of chemical modifications, such as methylations or other functional groups, to DNA bases for specific research applications.
Fluorescently-Labeled DNA Synthesis - Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH), imaging studies. - Incorporates fluorescent labels during DNA synthesis, enabling visualization and tracking of specific DNA sequences in cellular and molecular studies.
Phosphorothioate DNA Synthesis - Enhanced nuclease resistance, antisense oligonucleotide development. - Replaces a non-bridging oxygen in the DNA backbone with sulfur, providing increased resistance to nuclease degradation and enhancing stability.
Locked Nucleic Acid (LNA) Synthesis - Antisense oligonucleotide development, nucleic acid-based therapeutics. - Introduces LNA nucleotides with a methylene bridge, enhancing stability and affinity in hybridization-based applications, such as antisense therapies.
Biotinylated DNA Synthesis - Affinity purification, pull-down assays, detection methods. - Incorporates biotin molecules during DNA synthesis, facilitating the binding of streptavidin or avidin for applications like affinity purification or detection.

Service Process

Our modified DNA synthesis service follows a comprehensive process to ensure high-quality results:

  1. Consultation: Our team of experts will engage in a detailed discussion with you to understand your specific requirements, project goals, and timeline. We will work closely with you to determine the best approach for your project.
  2. Design and Optimization: Based on your requirements, we will design the modified DNA sequence and optimize the synthesis process. Our team will leverage state-of-the-art tools and techniques to ensure the highest quality and efficiency in the design phase.
  3. Synthesis and Quality Control: The synthesis of modified DNA will be carried out using advanced technologies and methodologies. Throughout the synthesis process, we implement rigorous quality control measures to ensure accuracy, reliability, and purity of the synthesized DNA.
  4. Delivery: Once the synthesis and quality control processes are complete, we will deliver the synthesized modified DNA to you. Along with the DNA, you will receive comprehensive documentation that includes sequence information, quality assessment data, and any additional relevant information.


We understand that you may have questions about our modified DNA synthesis service. Here are some frequently asked questions and their answers:

Q: What is the turnaround time for modified DNA synthesis?

A: The turnaround time depends on the complexity of the project and the specific modifications required. During the consultation phase, our team will provide you with an estimated timeline tailored to your project.

Q: Can you synthesize modified DNA with specific modifications that are not listed on your website?

A: Absolutely! Our customized DNA synthesis services allow for the incorporation of a wide range of modifications. We encourage you to discuss your specific requirements with our team, and we will work closely with you to meet your unique needs.

Q: What is the minimum order quantity for modified DNA synthesis?

A: Our services are flexible, and we can accommodate various order sizes. Whether you need a small-scale synthesis or large-scale production, we are here to assist you. Please reach out to us with your specific requirements, and we will provide you with the best solution.

Q: How do you ensure the quality of the synthesized modified DNA?

A: Quality is of utmost importance to us. We follow strict quality control procedures throughout the entire synthesis process. Each synthesized modified DNA product undergoes comprehensive quality assessment, including sequencing and purity analysis, to ensure its accuracy and reliability.

Q: Can you provide additional technical support or assistance after delivering the modified DNA?

A: Absolutely! We are committed to your success. Our team of experts is available to provide ongoing technical support and guidance, ensuring that you achieve the desired outcomes with the synthesized modified DNA. We are here to assist you every step of the way.

Q: What are the applications of modified DNA synthesis?

A: Modified DNA synthesis has a wide range of applications in fields such as molecular biology, genetics, biotechnology, and diagnostics. It enables researchers to study DNA structure and function, develop innovative diagnostic tools, visualize and track DNA molecules, expand the genetic alphabet, and investigate epigenetic mechanisms.

Q: Can modified DNA be used in therapeutic applications?

A: Yes, modified DNA can be utilized in therapeutic applications. It can be employed for gene therapy, drug delivery systems, and the development of personalized medicine. Modified DNA synthesis allows for the creation of DNA molecules with enhanced stability, increased affinity for specific targets, and improved therapeutic properties.

Q: Are there any limitations or challenges in modified DNA synthesis?

A: Modified DNA synthesis can present certain challenges depending on the specific modifications required. Some modifications may be technically more difficult or time-consuming to incorporate. Additionally, the stability and compatibility of modified DNA with other biological molecules or systems may need to be carefully considered. Our team of experts will work closely with you to address any challenges and ensure successful synthesis.

Q: Can modified DNA be used in PCR or other amplification methods?

A: In some cases, modified DNA can be used in PCR (polymerase chain reaction) or other amplification methods. However, the presence of modifications may affect the efficiency or specificity of the amplification process. It is important to carefully design and optimize PCR conditions when working with modified DNA.

Q: Can modified DNA be used for gene editing and genome engineering?

A: Yes, modified DNA can be employed in gene editing and genome engineering techniques such as CRISPR-Cas9. Modified DNA can serve as templates or guides for targeted DNA modifications, allowing for precise genome editing and manipulation.

Q: Can you provide assistance with experimental design for projects involving modified DNA synthesis?

A: Absolutely! Our team of experts has extensive experience in experimental design and can provide guidance and support for your projects involving modified DNA synthesis. We will work closely with you to ensure that the experimental design meets your research goals and requirements.

Please don't hesitate to reach out to us if you have any further questions or if you would like to discuss your specific project requirements. We are here to assist you every step of the way.

Please feel free to contact us for further information or to discuss your specific project requirements. We are excited to collaborate with you and provide you with outstanding modified DNA synthesis services.

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

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