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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – New England Biolabs and Benchling today said they are collaborating to simplify the design of cloning experiments using the Golden Gate Assembly method. 

The firms are launching a free online tool that will be available as part of Benchling's molecular biology app and as part of the NEB Golden Gate Assembly tool, which is used for assembling DNA fragments. 

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