Gene Universal Inc.

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Gene Universal, located in Delaware USA, is a pioneer in the field of gene synthesis and synthetic biology. As a leading company in genomics research and applied biological technology, and with our strong technical force, unparalleled customized service and fast delivery time, we are aiming to provide more cost-effective service and product to accelerate the global research in drug discovery, biology optimization, food and agriculture, etc. Gene Universal is specialized in the area of genetic engineering, biosystem engineering and synthetic biology. By providing our industrialized and highly intensive gene synthesis platform, we could deliver both normal and complex genes in short promised time. We have also developed sophisticated software programs to design and optimize complex gene libraries and genetic systems, with these bioinformatics tools and our high-efficiency production management systems, we are able to satisfy scientific researchers with high-efficient, low-cost, and large-scale synthetic genes and genome DNA.

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