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100 ways to make 1 gene

100 ways to make 1 gene
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To produce a synthetic gene, we first divide it up into smaller pieces of DNA that are synthesised. Genes can be thousands of base pairs long, so there are many different ways to do this.

At Camena, we are committed to pushing the boundaries of synthetic biology through innovative computational design. Our approach to gene synthesis is transforming the field, making it possible to produce long and complex genes with unprecedented accuracy and efficiency.

As our platform continues to learn and evolve, we look forward to unlocking even more potential in the world of genetic research and biotechnology. With every gene we synthesize, we are one step closer to a future where the possibilities of synthetic biology are limitless.

We also get some cool graphs.




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