Database of biological parts

Nucleic Acids Research just published a paper describing the results of our efforts to analyze the annotations of thousands of plasmids commonly used across many life science specialties. This effort allowed us to release a database of genetic parts and sequence features that will be useful in better annotating existing plasmids and develop new expression vectors. This work was performed in collaboration with Ben Glick, the founder of SnapGene, our favorite bioinformatics software. Read the article…

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