Intrexon Corporation is engaged in the business of synthetic biology. Using the Company’s suite of complementary technologies, it design, build and regulate gene programs, or sequences of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) that control cellular function, and cellular systems, or activities that take place within a cell and the interaction of those systems in the greater cellular environment, to enable the development of new and improved products and manufacturing processes across a variety of end markets, including healthcare, food, energy and environmental sciences. Its technologies include the UltraVector gene design and fabrication platform; Cell Systems Informatics; LEAP-cell identification and selection, and mAbLogix-antibody discovery. In March 2014, the Company acquired Medistem, Inc. In March 2014, Intrexon Corp acquired laboratory operations in Budapest, Hungary from Codexis, Inc. In August 2014, it acquired Trans Ova Genetics, L.C.