The integration of Synberc sequences repository will enhance the options available to Genome Compiler users, who now have access to hundreds of more biological parts to use in the design platform. Synberc aims to continue to lay the foundation for synthetic biology, aspiring to help develop biological solutions for global problems by creating its registry - collating all the parts developed by all the Synberc members. Genome Compiler has been and will continue to expand to satisfy user demand for the addition of more parts to their library.
Sharing a forward-looking vision, Synberc and Genome Compiler have cooperated towards a common goal: providing a streamlined process for scientists working on solutions to global issues through biology. "Integrating Synberc parts and plasmid repository enhances the options available on Genome Compiler platform and allows our users to access hundreds more biological parts on our “All In One" platform", says Genome Compiler CEO Dr. Omri Drory. "Each user can research, design and directly retrieve data from various sources available at their fingertips".
Synberc is an inter-university research center focused on the development and education of synthetic biology. A part of this effort is designing parts and devices to engineer synthetic biological systems. It also aims to advance the shift toward the engineering paradigm by providing foundational tools for biologists to make biology easier to engineer. For more information: www.synberc.org
About Genome Compiler
Genome Compiler is a leader in computer aided design and collaboration platforms for the synthetic biology industry. Based in Los Altos, CA and Tel-Aviv, Israel, Genome Compiler’s CAD tool and marketplace platform allows scientists in the biotechnology, agriculture and pharmaceutical field to design, debug and compile biological code, and to develop better bio-based products faster. More information about Genome Compiler is available at www.genomecompiler.com.
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