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DNA Printer
What is a dna printer?
A DNA printer is a bench-top system that accelerates the process of DNA synthesis, typically by using an enzymatic approach that can synthesize DNA in 6 hours – dramatically faster than the usual weeks for traditional methods. A major selling point is that researchers can upload sequence files, insert reagent trays, and synthesize DNA without needing specialized personnel.
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