Traditional genetic engineering usually refers to the transfer of individual genes from one microorganism or cell to another, while synthetic biology enables the assembly of novel genomes from a set of standardized genetic parts.
Genome Synthesis and Assembly
Rapid technological advances have enabled the application of DNA synthesis and assembly from the field of genetics to synthetic biology. The bottom-up assembly process of synthetic genomics can help to improve the understanding of genetic blueprints. We have extensive experience to challenge genome synthesis and assembly for various synthetic biology applications and provide powerful one-stop services.
Genome editing is a powerful technology to make changes to specific genomic loci, which requires an in-depth understanding of the complex genetic functions of complete genome sequences. It can be used to precisely manipulate genome sequences to meet the design requirements of new biological systems. Our comprehensive genome editing toolbox can meet the individual needs of our customers.