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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – As it continues to refine a novel enzymatic DNA synthesis technology for the production of long, high-fidelity DNA sequences, startup Molecular Assemblies is getting ready for a $2.5 million Series A financing round it expects will carry it to its first industry partnership.      

Founded by CEO Curt Becker and CSO William Efcavitch, two of Applied Biosystems' earliest team members, Molecular Assemblies is built around a technology dubbed EcoDNA, which the company claims holds significant advantages over classical chemical DNA synthesis.

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