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612 East Main Street
United States of America, Texas
Toll free: 800-227-0627
Bio-synthesis is a biology contract manufacturer of high quality nucleic acids, peptides and other molecular biology products for the research, diagnostic and therapeutic industries. Bio-Synthesis operates an ISO 9001 certified facility and is compliant with 21 CFR 210/211 and 21 CFR 820. Our solutions help advance drug discovery and bio-medical research. Founded in 1984, Bio-Synthesis is a privately held firm based in Lewisville, Texas.
Bio-Synthesis has been a provider of Peptide Synthesis services to the life science research community since 1984. We offer a complete range of premium quality peptide products ranging from bulk API polypeptides to high throughput library peptides and peptide array preparation. We also provide a large number of peptide modifications as well as peptide synthesis for diagnostic and therapeutic applications. Bio-Synthesis specializes in both, liquid phase and solid phase fmoc peptide synthesis chemistry. We have a long standing record in preparing biologically active polypeptides including long, complex and hydrophobic peptides synthesized to your specifications.
Bio-Synthesis is a provider of Custom Oligo Synthesis services. Oligonucleotides are synthesized as unmodified or modified chemical structures with defined sequences using a procedure known as Phosphoramidite solid-phase synthesis. Oligos which are synthesized using solid-phase phosphoramidite chemistry are often purified by high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) or PAGE to achieve the desired purity. Synthetic DNA or RNA oligonucleotides obtained by solid-phase synthesis are employed in a majority of molecular biology applications such as PCR, real-time PCR, sequencing, site directed mutagenesis, single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) assays, microarrays and various therapeutic applications.
Last update of this entry: September 29, 2016