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Genome Compiler Welcomes Addgene in Providing a Better Way to Share and Design Plasmids
“At Genome Compiler, we empower users with an intuitive, comprehensive synthetic biology platform solution. By incorporating the world’s largest repository of plasmids, Addgene, we are closing the loop between research, design and information sharing”, said Omri Drory, CEO of Genome Compiler. “The platform solution will provide the industry with a comprehensive platform for all their synthetic biology needs. Customers would benefit from direct connections to an array of DNA synthesis providers and automation facilities, and from an extensive suite of advanced bio-informatics tools and genetic repositories, all in one platform".
“Addgene is looking forward to the partnership with Genome Compiler.” said Joanne Kamens, Executive Director of Addgene. “The ability to access Addgene plasmid data via the Genome Compiler platform will provide scientists with a much simplified integration of our repository with the intuitive Genome Compiler design platform.” Addgene currently serves over 80,000 scientists in 80 countries and the repository stores and distributes an extensive library of more than 40,000 plasmids.
About Genome Compiler
Based in Los Altos, CA and Tel-Aviv, Israel. Genome Compiler is a leader in computer aided design and collaboration platforms for the synthetic biology industry.
Genome Compiler’s CAD tool and marketplace platform allows scientists in the biotechnology, agriculture and pharmaceutical industries to design, debug and compile biological code, to develop better bio-based products faster.
For more information, please visit http://www.genomecompiler.com/
Addgene is a 501(c)3 nonprofit biorepository dedicated to facilitating scientific discoveries by operating a plasmid library for researchers. Plasmids are DNA-based research reagents commonly used in the life sciences. Over ½ million plasmids have been distributed by Addgene with 10,000 plasmids currently shipping each month. By authenticating, storing, archiving, and distributing plasmids and their associated data, Addgene is creating a lasting resource for research and discovery scientists around the world.
For more information, please visit http://www.addgene.org/