Level0, Level1 and level2 constructs for production of genetically encoded autoluminescence in plants (Mitiouchkina etal, Nature 2020) are now available. Please check out the new "Genetically encoded Autoluminescence" section on the website to see the constructs we have available.
Parallel DNA assembly is the assembly of multiple fragments of DNA in a single reaction. Assembly techniques can be grouped into those that use restriction endonucleases, including BioBrick and Type IIS (e.g. Golden Gate), and those based on overlaps between adjacent parts such as Gibson Assembly, CPEC, SLIC, Ligase Cycling etc. There are several recent reviews that compare various parallel DNA assembly techniques. e.g. Patron (2014) and Casini et al (2015).