Our equipment maintenance service is designed to ensure that your machinery and equipment is in proper working order and to prevent breakdowns or malfunctions. We provide regular servicing and upkeep of the equipment, including tasks such as cleaning, lubrication, replacement of worn parts, and testing to ensure the equipment is functioning properly. Our team of experienced technicians are trained to work on a wide range of equipment types, and we use the latest tools and technologies to perform maintenance tasks quickly and efficiently.
Our service includes a comprehensive inspection of the equipment to identify any potential issues, and we provide a detailed report outlining any repairs or maintenance that needs to be done. We also offer a scheduled maintenance program that ensures that your equipment is serviced on a regular basis, helping to prolong its lifespan and improve its performance.
We also offer emergency repair services to get your equipment back up and running as soon as possible in the event of a breakdown. We also have a team of experts who can help you with the planning, installation and commissioning of new equipment as well as train your staff on how to properly operate and maintain the equipment. Overall, our goal is to minimize downtime and keep your equipment running smoothly, so you can focus on your core business operations.
Oligo synthesis is the process of chemically synthesizing small fragments of DNA or RNA called oligonucleotides. This is typically done using a process called solid-phase synthesis, in which the nucleotides are added one by one to a solid support, such as a bead or a chip. The order of the nucleotides added determines the sequence of the oligonucleotide. Oligonucleotides have a wide range of applications such as PCR, DNA sequencing, diagnostic assays and in gene therapy. In addition, they are also used as probes, primers, and as building blocks for gene synthesis. Oligo synthesis can be automated, making it possible to produce large numbers of oligonucleotides with high accuracy and specificity.
Gene synthesis is a technology that allows for the artificial synthesis of DNA sequences. This is typically done by chemically synthesizing short fragments of DNA called oligonucleotides, which are then assembled into longer sequences through a process called PCR amplification. These sequences can then be inserted into a plasmid or other vector for use in genetic engineering applications such as recombinant protein production, gene therapy, and synthetic biology. Gene synthesis has also played a vital role in the field of synthetic biology, where it has been used to create new biological systems, such as synthetic organisms. It has also been used to synthesize genes for biotechnology and medicine.
DNA synthesis is the process of chemically synthesizing a strand of DNA. It is typically done by synthesizing short fragments of DNA called oligonucleotides, which are then assembled into longer sequences through a process called PCR amplification or by a technique called Phosphoramidite chemistry.
In Phosphoramidite chemistry, the nucleotides are added one by one to a solid support, such as a bead or a chip. The sequence of the DNA strand is determined by the order in which the nucleotides are added. This process is automated, making it possible to produce large amounts of DNA with high accuracy and specificity.
DNA synthesis has a wide range of applications, including the production of recombinant proteins, gene therapy, and synthetic biology. It also plays a vital role in the field of genetic engineering and biotechnology. DNA synthesis has also been used to create DNA sequences that are not found in nature, such as synthetic chromosomes, genomes and organisms.