GENEWIZ is known for reliability and completion of projects with a wide range of complexity levels including repetitive and sequences with high or low GC content. Our 99.9% delivery rate makes us the partner of choice for top research institutions across the world. Explore our recent citations to learn more about our collaboration with these institutions. Our many years of synthetic gene assembly experience provide endless opportunities to create any custom sequence for your synthetic biology research. Try our PriorityGENE DNA synthesis service, now starting at €0.17 / £0.14 per bp with free custom cloning into a vector of your choice.
Large sequences (genomic synthetic DNA or large genes)
GENEWIZ frequently works with large sequences and successfully delivers the cloned products on a timely basis. The synthesis, assembly, and cloning of up to 150 kb sequences highlights our superior capabilities. Need a larger sequence synthesized? Please contact our Project Management Scientists to submit your inquiry.
|Synthetic Gene Length||Estimated Completion Time*|
|< 1.5 kb||8-10 Business Days|
|1.5 kb - 3 kb||10-12 Business Days Now Faster!|
|3 kb - 5 kb||15-20 Business Days|
|5 kb - 6 kb||20-25 Business Days|
|6 kb - 7 kb||25-30 Business Days|
|7 kb - 8 kb||30-35 Business Days|
|8 kb - 10 kb||35-40 Business Days|
|> 10 kb||Custom Quote|
*Applicable to non-complex sequences stable in typical E.coli cell lines.
Free codon optimization: Our proprietary bioinformatics platform optimizes your desired sequences for your specific needs for any system of your choice.
Discounted custom cloning: GENEWIZ can clone your sequence into the vector of your choice at a discounted price when paired with gene synthesis.
Large scale DNA preparation: Large scale DNA preparation options range from µg to mg.
Customers will receive 2-5 µg of lyophilized plasmid containing their sequence verified synthetic construct, a Certificate of Analysis (COA) including restriction digest, sequence trace data with alignment, and sequence files of synthetic gene alone and in vector.