Reconstruct and optimize biosynthetic pathways with speed and accuracy
Metabolic engineering involves reconstructing and optimizing biosynthetic pathways in model organisms, creating robust cellular factories, designed to carry out a specific task. Pathway modifications typically rely on recombinant or novel genes or gene circuits. Using recombinant or novel genes or gene circuits, metabolic pathways are modified or introduced into genomes of microbe hosts like E. coli or yeast. These genetically engineered hosts are routinely employed to more effectively produce valuable biomolecules for a variety of biomedical, industrial, and research applications.
Accelerate your metabolic engineering workflow
With the gene synthesis capabilities of our BioXp™ system, and the complex genetic circuitry made possible with Gibson Assembly® technology, we are able to improve the speed and accuracy of metabolic engineering for even the most complex genetic circuitry.