IDT Provides Insights into the World of Gene Construction
News Nov 14, 2013
Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT) will be speaking at the synthetic biology conference, SynBioBeta, on November 15 in San Francisco, CA.
The talk, entitled ‘gBlocks™ Gene Fragments for gene construction and more!’ will be given by Adam Clore PhD, Manager of the Synthetic Biology Design and Support group at IDT.
As part of this presentation, Dr Clore will provide precious insights and recommendations regarding the assembly of gene fragments using the Gibson Assembly Method.
Providing a novel, rapid and reliable alternative to a full gene synthesis service, gBlocks Gene Fragments are ideal for a large range of synthetic biology applications.
As double-stranded, sequence verified DNA blocks of up to 750 base pairs, their high sequence fidelity in combination with rapid delivery times provide users with affordable and easy gene construction or modification.
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