IDT demonstrates how to enhance research methods with innovative new DNA tools
Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT), will host an instructive talk on accelerating synthetic biology at the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) General Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana on Sunday May 31, 2015 at 11am CDT. The Product Theatre talk at booth 272, entitled “Versatile New DNA Tools to Accelerate Your Research” will focus on the issues faced by researchers during gene construction or modification and provide them with fresh ideas and techniques to advance their work.
Presented by Dr Michel Cannieux, Director of Product Commercialization at IDT, the talk will demonstrate how IDT can assist scientists through the use of rapidly-synthesized, custom-made gBlocks® Gene Fragments. With over 15 years of experience in the life science industry, including the use of RNAi, synthetic biology and CRISPR, Dr Cannieux will explore the variety of applications of these double-stranded, sequence-verified DNA blocks with case studies that highlight their versatility. Simple to design and order, fragments of 125bp to 2kb can ship in just a few days, making gene cloning and gene synthesis quicker and more cost-effective than ever before.
Attendees will benefit from expert guidance on cloning and gene modification methodsthat come at a fraction of the cost of other common techniques and services. The talk aims to enable attendees to immediately take advantage of gBlocks Gene Fragments, to accelerate their work while saving them valuable hands-on time and maximizing the use of their research budget.