2013-04-10 19:41:44 - As a community leader in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Bio-Synthesis helps sponsor the scientific meeting at Texas Women’s University.
Bio-Synthesis, a long-time collaborator of Texas Women’s University, is happy to help the local community by providing assistance for TWU’s annual scientific meething. This year’s topic will be on Epigenetics: Regulating Genome Integrity and Expression. The meeting, presented by The Federation of North Texas Area Universities, as well as the Molecular Biology and Neuroscience Committees, and will be taking place on April 12th at Texas Women’s University.
Jessica Kate Tyler, from UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, will speak on Novel insights into the role of chromatin dynamics in aging and genomic instability. Tej K. Pandita, from UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, will address the Role of MOF in DNA damage response. Also in attendance will be W. Lee
Kraus, from UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, who will present the session on Identification and functional characterization of estrogen-regulated non-coding RNAs.
Bio-Synthesis is a manufacturer of custom peptide synthesis, antibodies, bioconjugates, DNA, RNA, BNA, organic synthesis, gene synthesis, detection kits, cell line authentication, and a diverse number of bimolecular products for the biomedical/life science community worldwide.
BSI has added DNA paternity testing, DNA HLA typing, genomic sequencing, cloning, fluorescence-based genotyping, custom organic synthesis and other molecular-biology-based applications to serve a growing customer base challenged by gene construction, PCR, mutagenesis, combinatorial libraries, labeling, and peptide-nucleic acid chimerics.
With over 28 years of experience producing custom products for both research and pharmaceutical use, BSI has developed a reputation for both small and large scale synthesis using optimal processes that meet your specifications. BSI is a U.S. based company, therefore all of the products are exclusively manufactured at the state-of-the-art facilities in Lewisville, Texas.