This combination of hardware and software allowed users to program a sequence, check reagent levels, and perform DNA synthesis using phosphoramidite chemistry. The control module in the color photograph included an IBM PC with a color monitor, keyboard, light pen, system interface with a strip chart recorder, and the Beckman DNA synthesis software on a disk.
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Illig, Russell. “Beckman System 1 Plus DNA Synthesizer,” circa 1985. Beckman Historical Collection, Box 59, Folder 121. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/s1784m313.
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