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A DNA synthesizer is a piece of laboratory equipment used to synthesize DNA molecules. It works by breaking down a DNA template into its component nucleotides and then reassembling them into a new DNA molecule. The synthesizer can be used to create custom DNA sequences for research, gene therapy, and drug development.
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