Welcome to Synbio Technologies, where we strive to advance scientific discoveries by offering the most advanced tools and services in synthetic biology. Our proprietary bio-design, biosynthesis, and bio-learning platform enables us to provide a comprehensive range of Design-Build-Test-Learn (DBTL) steps throughout the synthetic biology pipeline.

At Synbio Technologies, we specialize in DNA sequencing, vector design, DNA synthesis, strain construction, directed evolution, and genome editing, among other synthetic biology services. Our team of Ph.D.-level scientists is available to offer consultation, evaluation, and execution of your interests in all DBTL service areas.

Synthetic biology is the design and creation of novel biological entities, such as enzymes, genetic circuits, and cells, or the modification of existing biological systems using engineered principles. The goal of synthetic biology is to provide sustainable solutions to problems and to create new products for industries, agriculture, and medicine.

We are committed to providing comprehensive synthetic biology services, including pathway design, DNA synthesis, strain construction, strain optimization, metabolite analysis, and bioprocess development. Contact us to learn how we can help you achieve your goals in the field of synthetic biology.

Competitive Advantages

  • Professional Synthesis Platform: Syno 2.0 platform can synthesize any simple or complex gene sequence.
  • High-throughput Synthesis Platform: Syno 3.0 high-throughput synthesis platform can assure large-scale gene fragment synthesis, such as pathway synthesis and small genome synthesis.
  • Trusted Technical Support: Professional team extensively experienced in the synthetic biology field is here for you to support your research.


Case Study

Butyrate and butanol can be synthesized directly from acetyl-CoA in an analogous fashion with fatty acid biosynthesis. Through rigorous pathway design, we can express the key enzymes within this metabolic process. Transforming the pathway constructs into E.coli can improve the production of butyrate and butanol.

Butyrate Synthesis:

Butanol Synthesis: