In the well-received seminar, Riedmuller discussed advantages of using the BioXp System for library construction. The BioXp System is an automated benchtop genomic workstation that builds synthetic linear DNA fragments with powerful applications for synthetic biology. DNA libraries are vital for drug discovery, and scientists working in protein engineering, discovery biology, structural biology, synthetic biology, antibody engineering, and enzyme engineering can benefit from BioXp™ Libraries to quickly determine an optimized targeted gene. The BioXp System offers a wide array of library types, including degenerate, variant, and scanning libraries. Riedmuller described the capabilities of the BioXp System and presented a case study demonstrating how the BioXp System drastically accelerated library production when used in conjunction with Gibson Assembly® cloning for the direct transfection of synthetic constructs. Additional details of rapid library construction can be found in this Application Note.
The BioXp System offers a high throughput solution for protein engineering and synthetic biology applications. In the hands of the scientists in attendance at the PEC Conference (and readers of this blog), this instrument offers new opportunities for faster and more expansive research and discovery.
For more information about the products and applications mentioned in this blog post, please see:
BioXp 3200 System – sgidna.com/bxp3200
Gibson Assembly Reagents - sgidna.com/reagents.html