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ZURICH, SWITZERLAND (APRIL 4, 2019) (REUTERS) (SOUNDBITE) (English) SWISS FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (ETH) ZURICH CHEMIST, MATTHIAS CHRISTEN, SAYING: "If you have a natural sequence, usually the synthesis provider can only provide between 20 and 50% of the parts made for a genome, and with half a genome, you cannot create a functional biological system and that is actually the revolution that is going on, with a finger snap of an algorithm, you can now produce the template DNA that can then be synthesised by commercial providers." MICRO TUBE CONTAINING C.ETHENSIS-2.0 GENOME, WITH PHD STUDENT EXTRACTING A SAMPLE AND PUTTING IT IN THE LIBRARY CARD RIDGE PHD STUDENT PUTTING THE SAMPLE INTO THE DNA SEQUENCING MACHINE (SOUNDBITE) (English) SWISS FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (ETH) ZURICH CHEMIST, MATTHIAS CHRISTEN, SAYING: "The genome itself is not fully functional, but in the future it will be possible to remove these design flaws of the current version of the algorithm, and improve the performance of it, and once the algorithm is perfect, it is obvious that it will produce a fully functional genome, which produces a fully replicated artificial cell." BEAT AND MATTHIAS CHRISTEN LOOKING AT THE COMPUTER IN THE LAB
Dateline: 2019

First Bacterial Genome Created Entirely With A Computer

Item ID: 112037175

By: Reuters

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