Scientists develop low-cost way to build gene sequences

A new method pioneered by UCLA researchers enables an average biochemistry laboratory to make its own gene sequences for only about $2 per gene, a process that previously would require its researchers to pay a commercial vendor $50 to $100 per gene. The approach, described in the journal Science, will make it possible for scientists to mass produce thousands of genes screen for their roles in diseases.

Scientists develop low-cost way to build gene sequences

A new technique pioneered by UCLA researchers could enable scientists in any typical biochemistry laboratory to make their own gene sequences for only about $2 per gene. Researchers now generally ...

Tue 13 Feb 18 from Medical Xpress

Scientists Develop Low-cost Way to Build Gene Sequences, Tue 13 Feb 18 from Laboratory Equipment

Low-cost way to build gene sequences

A new method enables an average biochemistry laboratory to make its own gene sequences for only about $2 per gene, a process that previously would require its researchers to pay a commercial ...

Wed 14 Feb 18 from ScienceDaily

UCLA scientists develop low-cost way to build gene sequences

A new method pioneered by UCLA researchers enables an average biochemistry laboratory to make its own gene sequences for only about $2 per gene, a process that previously would require its researchers ...

Tue 13 Feb 18 from Eurekalert

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