Application note: Streamlined synthetic biology with acoustic liquid handling
Reduce input sample to femtomolar levels. Miniaturise gene assembly reactions up to 100-fold. Streamline NGS verification of assembly.
Interchanging modular pieces of DNA is the preferred method for many DNA construction workflows. The Echo Liquid Handler has demonstrated the ability to generate DNA constructs using various assembly chemistries in combination with these modular pieces in a miniaturised workflow. Traditional
DNA assembly methods require reaction volumes of 10-20 µL, which can be reduced up to 100-fold using the Echo Liquid Handler.
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