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Genomic Library Construction

Cepham Life Sciences specializes in custom genomic library construction services. With years of experience in genomic library construction, Cepham Life Sciences can construct genomic libraries from nanogram quantities of genomic DNA or milligram quantities of the tissue. Additionally, Cepham Life Sciences can construct large insert genomic libraries with different clone vectors, including BAC, Cosmid, bacteriophage, and plasmid vectors. Our goal is to provide you with the most affordable, high-quality genomic library construction in a timely and professional manner to ensure your satisfaction.

genomic library

A genomic library is a collection of DNA covering the entire genome of an organism. The genomic library contains all DNA sequences such as expressed and non-expressed genes, exons and introns, promoter and terminator regions, intervening DNA sequences etc. It is commonly used for genome mapping, sequencing, particular gene studying and similar applications. As a leading supplier in genomic library construction services, Cepham Life Sciences can provide the most affordable genomic library construction services with the fastest turnaround time to satisfy your downstream needs.


  • Study the sequence of a particular gene.
  • Determine the complete genome sequence of a given organism.
  • Genetic engineering.
  • Study the function of regulatory sequences in vitro.


  • Large numbers of primary clones for better coverage of whole genome.
  • Low vector background and high percentage of recombinants.
  • Flexible choice of vector (plasmid, BAC, Cosmid, bacteriophage, etc.).
  • Competitive prices.
  • Fast turnaround time.

Cepham Life Sciences offers genomic library construction services for your scientific research as follows:

  • Extraction DNA from samples.
  • Cutting isolated DNA into suitable fragments.
  • Cloning the fragments into a suitable vector.
  • Production the high quantity genomic library.


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  2. Eshed Y, Zamir D. A genomic library of Lycopersicon pennellii in L. esculentum: a tool for fine mapping of genes. Euphytica, 1994, 79(3): 175-179.
  3. Anderson SI, Lopez-Corrales NL, Gorick B, et al. A large-fragment porcine genomic library resource in a BAC vector. Mammalian Genome, 2000, 11(9): 811-814.

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