Amyris, Genome Compiler Collaborate on DNA Construction Software Services for Pharma, Biotech | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Amyris, an industrial bioscience company, is partnering with synthetic biology firm Genome Compiler to integrate its automated laboratory services with Genome Compiler's online design tools that enable users to design and order DNA and other biological products seamlessly.

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