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The deal covers Atum's custom vectors and Horizon's CHO Source biomanufacturing platform.

Genome Compiler will integrate DNA2.0's gene synthesis services into its computer-aided synthetic biology design platform.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Synthetic biology startup Pareto Biotechnologies announced today a technology partnership with DNA2.0 to integrate their technologies to hasten the engineering of proteins in Pareto's pipeline.

Genome Compiler Corp. (GCC) has agreed to license a patent that covers the technology underlying DNA2.0's Gene Designer software, putting an end to a patent infringement lawsuit between the companies.

Genome Compiler Corporation has asked the US Patent and Trademark Office to reexamine the legal document at the heart of an ongoing lawsuit filed against the company by competing gene synthesis firm DNA2.0 just over a year ago.

Desktop Genetics, a UK-based bioinformatics company, said this week that it will use £375,000 ($582,000) in funding to further develop and commercialize AutoClone, its flagship software product for designing, constructing, managing, and exchanging DNA constructs.

Gene synthesis firm DNA2.0 has filed suit against bioinformatics company Genome Compiler Corporation for allegedly infringing a patent related to GeneDesigner, DNA2.0's software for designing custom gene sequences.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – DNA2.0 today announced a deal with Newcastle University to develop a protein expression system for Bacillus subtillis.

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – DNA2.0 on Monday announced a deal with Cosmo Bio to distribute DNA2.0's complete line of bioengineering products.
Financial and other terms of the deal were not disclosed.

By Uduak Grace Thomas
Researchers in the synthetic biology community are developing a new language intended to standardize the way scientists describe and exchange biological parts, modules, and systems.

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Researchers trace DNA on a clay pipe found at a former slave site to a population that lives in what is now Sierra Leone, the Washington Post reports.

Two researchers report on their genetic analysis of samples from a shawl thought to belong to a victim of Jack the Ripper, ScienceInsider reports.

Japan is to release rules governing some gene-edited food, according to NHK World.

In PLOS this week: computational strategy for improving gene set analysis testing, miRNAs linked to sleep apnea, and more.