gene synthesis

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gene synthesis

the artificial construction of a gene from OLIGONUCLEOTIDES by chemical means.
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It is believed the first artificial gene was constructed by Khorana in 1972.
Its genomics division has bases in Japan, the U.S., Germany, and India, providing products and contract services globally in genome research and development, including Oligo DNA synthesis, artificial gene synthesis, and next generation sequencing analysis.GeneBayGeneBay is a contract services start-up company that provides a wide range of IT bioanalysis technology, including cutting-edge genome analysis.
The selected sequences was displayed from the database and sequence was collected in the form of FASTA format and gene sequence used for artificial gene synthesis
The advantage of faster growth of the GE Atlantic salmon is derived from an artificial gene construct inserted into the wild salmon.
A group of young Turkish scientists have produced artificial gene. Scientists from the Middle East Technical University (METU) in Ankara established a synthetic biology company, the first one in Turkey, with a techno entrepreneurship assistance worth 100,000 Turkish lira provided by the Industry and Trade Ministry.
As the story begins, he has just discovered that some of his trusted employees and colleagues are involved with creating an artificial gene that induces an incurable addiction with illegal drug use.
These include immune reactions to GM constructs and creation of new viruses due to recombination between artificial gene therapy vectors and dormant viruses in the genome.
Tiny San Francisco-based Genentech had the medical world bubbling over in '77 - one year after its founding - when its scientists for the first time combined gene-splicing technology with artificial gene synthesis, in effect creating little bacteria "factories" that could churn out exact copies of the desired altered hormone.
The challenge is synthesizing an artificial gene that encodes the sequence of a pure polypeptide.
ANKARA, Apr 4, 2011 (TUR) -- A group of young Turkish scientists have produced artificial gene.