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The making of DNA: The role of enzymatic doggybone DNA in enabling future genetic medicines


Boundary Brook House, Churchill Dr, Headington, Oxford OX3 7LQ 

This is part of a series of industry insight seminars hosted by University of Oxford Medical Sciences Division.

Exploring synthetic DNA vector and its enzymatic production that enables DNA to be made at the speed, scale and purity necessary to support rapid growth of genetic medicines.

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Event Types: Partner event