Oxford Genetics is a synthetic biology company, specializes in DNA design, protein expression optimization, and cell line development technologies and services. The Company offers plasmid products with DNA sections that are inserted into the same plasmid backbone, including CRISPR plasmids, reporter gene, peptide and protein tag, peptide tag cleavage, secretion signal, promoter type, promoter activity, promoter name, origins of replication, host expression organisms, mammalian antibiotic selection, yeast selection, bacterial antibiotic selection, virus vectors and genes, and other DNA plasmids.
|Employees (est.) (Feb 2020)||86||(+4%)|
|Revenue (FY, 2018)||£1 M||(+97%)|
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When was Oxford Genetics founded?
Oxford Genetics was founded in 2011.
Who are Oxford Genetics key executives?
Oxford Genetics's key executives are Ryan Cawood, Leonard Seymour and David Hames.
How many employees does Oxford Genetics have?
Oxford Genetics has 86 employees.
What is Oxford Genetics revenue?
Latest Oxford Genetics annual revenue is £1 m.
What is Oxford Genetics revenue per employee?
Latest Oxford Genetics revenue per employee is £11.8 k.
Who are Oxford Genetics competitors?
Competitors of Oxford Genetics include Intellia Therapeutics, EpiDisease and Jenthera Therapeutics.
Where is Oxford Genetics headquarters?
Oxford Genetics headquarters is located at Robert Robinson Ave, Oxford.
Where are Oxford Genetics offices?
Oxford Genetics has an office in Oxford.
How many offices does Oxford Genetics have?
Oxford Genetics has 1 office.
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