Synthetic Genomics Make Biotech Breakthrough With Genomic 3D Printer




SGI-DNA has launched the world’s first DNA printer. The BioXp 3200 system is an automated personal genomic workstation that builds and clones DNA fragments virtually hands-free.
Source: SGI-DNA, A Synthetic Genomics Inc. Company
Read more: sgidna.com
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