Stanford to Use Sloning DNA Engineering Platform | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The synthetic biology company Sloning will use its DNA engineering platform in a joint gene mutant library project with researchers at Stanford University, the Munich-based company said today.
 
Sloning said that it will use its Slonomics platform to synthesize a gene mutant library where certain codons are introduced in a statistically expected and controlled ratio at preselected positions within a given DNA sequence.
 

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