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Design compact sequences with many enzyme restriction sites.

Project description

Zymp is a Python library to design “restriction site arrays”, which are compact sequences with many restriction sites.

For instance here is a 159-nucleotide sequence made with Zymp, with 49 enzyme recognition sites (out of 52 provided). That’s a frequency of around 3 nucleotides per site:

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Infos

PIP installation:

pip install zymp

Github Page:

https://github.com/Edinburgh-Genome-Foundry/zymp

License: MIT, Copyright Edinburgh Genome Foundry

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Zymp is part of the EGF Codons synthetic biology software suite for DNA design, manufacturing and validation.

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