The BioXp™ 3200 system allows scientists to rapidly synthesize high-quality DNA libraries, tiles, and custom clones, hands-free, starting with an electronically transmitted sequence data. The BioXp™ 3200 system dramatically improves workflow productivity for a variety of applications such as protein production, antibody library generation, and cell engineering, giving you full control over your genomic discoveries.
Build up to 32 complex constructs 300 bp to 3600 bp with multiple fragments and vectors with the industry’s only automated platform for building libraries, fragments, and clones
Bypass plasmid preps and synthesize transfection-ready quantities over 10 μg
Control your workflow and intellectual property — your vectors and linkers never leave your lab
Understand and elucidate gene function and pathways, and rapidly iterate new constructs
Free yourself from tedious cloning workflows — design, then build, clone, and amplify overnight
Design and synthesize DNA constructs with the world's first DNA printer.
The Bio360™ microcentrifuge is designed for optimal convenience and increased workflow efficiency. Offering a minimal footprint, this microcentrifuge fits easily into any lab workstation and delivers versatility for the centrifugation of 1.5/2.0 mL centrifuge tubes and 0.2 mL 8-tube strips. The microcentrifuge is easy to operate and useful for many laboratory applications.
The Bio360 microcentrifuge is the ideal companion to the BioXp™ system, which allows the rapid, hands-free synthesis of high-quality DNA libraries, tiles, and custom clones. The Bio360 microcentrifuge quickly spins down tube strips before loading on the BioXp™ 3200 system deck.
Gibson Assembly RapidAMP™ Ultra kit provides a single day, seamless, assembly-to-transfection-ready DNA workflow. The process requires less than six hours, starting with linear double-stranded DNA fragments prepared for Gibson Assembly® and ending with >10 ug of amplified DNA. The final DNA product can be digested to linear form and is then ready for downstream applications, negating the need for traditionalE. colitransformation and plasmid purification. The RapidAMP™ product has been used successfully for transfection (lipofection and electroporation) andin vitrotranscription. The RapidAMP™ product is mostly linear, with the balance consisting of concatemers and some circular DNA material. The degree of linearization can be controlled by restriction digestion, time, and temperature.