Nuclera is a DNA synthesis company working on the synthesis of long DNA strands. Nuclera's water-based DNA synthesis and automation platform is based on engineered terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferases (TdT) to enable the production of gene and genome libraries. Their TdT enzymes incorporate reversibly terminating nucleotide triphosphates of the four nucleobases. Nuclera aims to provide long-length (longer than 500 nucleotides) variant DNA and genome libraries for protein, biological pathway, and genome-scale engineering.
The use of specific terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase (TdT) enzymes in a method of nucleic acid synthesis, to methods of synthesizing nucleic acids, and to the use of kits comprising said enzymes in a method of nucleic acid synthesis.
A process for the preparation of nucleic acid by means of 3'-o-azidomethyl nucleotide triphosphate
Azidomethyl ether deprotection method
The use of a DNA polymerise theta (PolQ) enzyme in a method of template-independent nucleic acid synthesis.
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