Touchlight To Disrupt DNA Market With Synthetic Manufacturing
Touchlight Positions Itself To Meet Coming Demand For ‘100s of kilograms of DNA’
Touchlight has secured £42m ($60m) in funding to support efforts to triple its manufacturing capacity of synthetic DNA based on the company’s proprietary dbDNA platform – an enzyme made minimal linear DNA vector. The completed facility will have the capacity to produce 1kg of GMP DNA per month, enough for one billion COVID-19 vaccine doses.
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