Assembling genes using in-house oligonucleotide printing

An innovative oligonucleotide synthesis approach streamlines gene assembly, providing researchers with autonomy and efficiency.

Synthetic gene constructs assembled from oligonucleotide fragments are essential for developing diverse therapeutics. To generate synthetic genes, researchers often outsource oligonucleotide synthesis to external cores, which leads to significant research delays. Now, a cutting-edge oligonucleotide printing technology enables researchers to synthesize their oligonucleotides and assemble genes within their own laboratories. In this webinar brought to you by DNA Script, Albert Serra Cardona will discuss how his team assembled an antibody gene using in-house printed oligonucleotides and how this approach enables swift and accurate assembly of full-length DNA constructs.

Topics to be covered

  • Assembling long gene fragments using in-house synthesized oligonucleotides 
  • Reducing the time required to obtain full-length DNA products

Wednesday, October 18th, 2023 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern Time
This webinar will be available to view live and on demand.


Albert Serra Cardona, PhD

Albert Serra Cardona, PhD

Microbial Engineering Team Lead 
Neochromosome, Inc.

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