Metabolic pathway engineering using High-Throughput DNA Library Assembly

he objective of metabolic engineering is to turn an organism to become a cell factory for biotechnological purposes, such as the production of value-added compound, through modifying the endogenous metabolic network. By using biological data and engineering principles, DNA assembly enable the researcher to design and build novel biological system or optimize natural systems for useful purposes in several areas.

In this webinar, you will learn

The use of combinatorial DNA libraries, a powerful and high-throughput tools offered by GenS­­­cript, in a variety of applications, and;

Providing case studies to demonstrate the strategies for designing and assembling combinatorial DNA libraries to optimize or develop novel metabolic pathways, genetic circuits, or microbial strains.

In this webinar, you will learn

Webinar Details

  • Date: 28th May 2020 (Thursday)
  • Time: 10:30AM – 11:30AM (GMT+8, SGT)
  • Speaker:
Dr. Edward Wong

Field Application Scientist, GenScript

Dr. Edward Wong is a field application scientist in GenScript. He completed his PhD degree from University of Adelaide. He worked as a Post Doctoral fellow at National Cancer Centre Singapore for 3 years and he had successfully reported the predictive factors for genetic screening of BRCA1 and BRCA2. He also reported the importance of genetic testing for 25 breast cancer-predisposition genes using NGS technology. Both of his works were reported in PlosOne and npj Genomic Medicine.

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