Porcupine (synthetic DNA tagging system)

Organization University of Washington
Website URL www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-19151-8#Se…
Market status Early Stage Concept
Industry Multipurpose + Novelty
Value chain stage Input + Platform
Business models B2B
Product categories Other
Biotech components Molecule
Organization type(s) University
Funding types University
Notes "Thanks to advances in the field of synthetic biology, scientists can now store data in the form of DNA code. As such, the utility of DNA as part of a "molecular" tagging system has been explored. DNA is incredibly small, and thus offers the potential for an incredibly compact tagging system, compared to conventional approaches...'We designed the first portable, end-to-end molecular tagging system that enables rapid, on-demand encoding and decoding at scale, and which is more accessible than existing molecular tagging methods,” added Doroshack. Porcupine, developed in collaboration with Microsoft, uses synthetic DNA-based tags and nanopore-based readouts.'"
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