26 December 2019 1 4K Report

I am a graduate student majoring in horticulture.

My first semester just ended and I'm planning to design a simple experiment.

I want to make synthetic DNA that would encodes a short peptide that consists of just 9-10 amino acids.

If I made the artificial DNA with an appropriate promoter and inserted the fragments into the plant (by agrobacterium), would it produce the peptide all over the cell?

Or, if I want to locate the peptides in cytoplasm below cell membranes, what am I to do to make it so?

The DNA fragments would be very short.

I'm curious if it could be simply made in the lab and how much it would cost if I ordered it from a company.

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