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Creative Biostructure has rich professional experience in custom combinatorial assembly libraries services for directed protein evolution. The combinatorial assembly library offers a great platform for protein function and active center studies.
Combinatorial assembly library is a method to build customized variants of DNA parts (e.g. promoters, ribosomal binding sites, UTRs, open reading frames, signal peptides terminators, etc.) that combine multiple genetic elements in predefined arrangements. The final construct is chemically synthesized, with sequence junctions and frame assembled by seamless cloning technique according to your specific demands. Creative Biostructure is able to complete DNA sequence customization to enhance protein expression levels. We have strong expertise in synthesizing combinatorial assembly libraries of any size and complexity at the lower price.
Creative Biostructure can provide world-leading custom combinatorial assembly libraries services, including but not limited to:
Creative Biostructure ensures that all conceivable combinations can be generated to identify the most valuable combination under a variety of expression cassettes. The size of the combinatorial assembly library and the strategy for combining components are tailored to your project needs. Our custom services have a number of advantages:
Applications for combinatorial assembly libraries provided by Creative Biostructure, including:
Creative Biostructure provides various protein engineering and analysis services, including protein evolution and mutagenesis libraries construction. Please feel free to contact us to discuss your project!
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