Synthetic Antibody Combinatorial Libraries DNA Award
Enter to Win a $5,000 GENEWIZ Credit for Synthetic DNA Libraries
Synthetic antibody combinatorial libraries are powerful tools that make antibody engineering faster and more efficient. These libraries are essentially an immune system in a test tube, allowing you to select antibodies without the constraints of whole-animal or cell-based systems. GENEWIZ’s trimer-controlled synthetic DNA libraries offer far greater advantages over partially (NNK/NNS) or completely randomized (NNN) DNA libraries by allowing users to have complete control over the amino acid distribution in the DNA library.
One winner will receive a $5,000 credit towards a synthetic DNA library project (applicable to both NNN/NNK/NNS and trimer-controlled libraries) to expedite their protein engineering projects. To apply, simply fill out the form and let us know how winning this award will help support your research goals.
Terms and Conditions
Entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. (ET), June 13, 2018. Applications will be reviewed by a GENEWIZ committee and one winner will be selected and announced during GENEWIZ Week. Offer is valid for a $5,000 credit to be used towards any synthetic DNA library project; single use only – cannot be combined with multiple projects. Winner must confirm project no later than December 31, 2018. The credit is non-transferable; and no substitution or cash equivalent of prize is permitted. It cannot be combined with other discounts, offers, or promotions including GENEWIZ Referral Rewards. Terms and conditions are subject to change at any time without notice; other restrictions may apply. All prizes and awards will be valued at local currency for participants outside the United States.
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