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A new route to synthetic DNA

Nature Biotechnology volume 36, pages 593595 (2018) | Download Citation

An enzymatic approach to oligonucleotide synthesis promises to extend the length and fidelity of synthetic DNA

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  1. Adam Clore is at Integrated DNA Technologies, Coralville, Iowa, USA.

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A.C. is employed by Integrated DNA Technologies, from which oligos use in the experiments described in Palluk et al. were purchased.

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