Genome Compiler

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Genome Compiler is a genetic design software produced by Genome Compiler Corporation.[1] Genome Compiler is a GUI meant for scientists in the fields of genetic engineering, molecular biology and synthetic biology, providing a tool for DNA design and visualization, data management, collaboration and seamless DNA ordering. Genome Compiler software is also used by pharmaceutical, biotechnology, academic, and clinical researchers. Genome Compiler is free of charge for academic users, available online for Microsoft Windows and Macintosh platforms.

The software was prevalent in mainstream media in May 2013 due to its association with a Kickstarter initiative to create glowing plants[2] with synthetic biology.


  • Creating, annotating, visualizing and analysing DNA/protein sequences
  • Auto primer design for PCR, cloning, sequencing and more
  • Alignment of chromatogram files (.ab1, .scf) against template sequences
  • Virtual digest tool and gel electrophoresis automatic simulation
  • Open Reading Frames tracking and display tool
  • Cloning wizards for Gibson Assembly and Restriction Ligation cloning methods
  • Restriction sites detection and visualization
  • Codon usage of any host organism
  • Back translation
  • Combinatorial project design
  • Sharing and collaboration tool
  • Integrated parts and plasmids repositories by AddGene, Sigma-Aldrich and Synberc
  • Integrated NCBI & iGEM


Genome Compiler is maintained by Genome Compiler Corporation, and headed by CEO Omri Amirav-Drory and co-founders Nir Ben Moshe, Yogev Debbi and Roy Nevo.[3]

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