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Traditional and Emerging Methods of Oligonucleotide Synthesis

In this webinar, we explore the chemical reactions and strategies of oligonucleotide synthesis in mechanistic detail, with simple overviews for non-chemists.

Our expert speaker, Professor Tom Brown, will review the history of oligonucleotide synthesis, examine how they are made currently and highlight emerging synthesis methods, including enzymatic approaches. He will also discuss the various applications of synthetic oligonucleotides, from diagnostics to therapeutics and more.

Attend this webinar to gain:
  • Knowledge of the current methods used to make DNA, RNA and modified oligonucleotides
  • A detailed overview of the chemical processes involved in oligonucleotide synthesis
  • Knowledge of the important applications of synthetic oligonucleotides
  • An appreciation of emerging methods used to make oligonucleotides, including enzymatic approaches
Professor Tom Brown
Professor Tom Brown
Professor of Nucleic Acid Chemistry Oxford University