The first DNA synthsizers were designed in the middle of the 80s by Applied BioSystems and it quickly helped researchers to synthesize oligos with the cynoethylphosphoramidite chemistry, having high coupling yields.
During the 90s and also early this century, most of the efforts were to increase the production capacity for oligo factories.
But there is still a high demand for simple instruments, able to make a few tens of oligos per day, for development and specific applications: this is where DISTRIBIO is.
We propose classical reconditioned synthesizers, first designed in the 90s, but also brand new German made instruments easy to maintain and very robust.
We can help you make your decision based on cost, maintenance, consumption, space requirements or other more specific criteria.