DNA 2.0 to Offer Biofab Parts in Gene Designer | GenomeWeb

This week, DNA 2.0 announced that it is offering biological building blocks from the Biofab International Open Facility Advancing Biotechnology through its Gene Designer software.

The company is offering the Biofab genetic parts as "virtual sequences" in a new "gene marketplace" module that provides researchers with preassembled and validated DNA elements for making genetic constructs with Gene Designer.

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