biocatalyst


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biocatalyst

[‚bī·ō′kad·əl·ist]
(biochemistry)
A biochemical catalyst, especially an enzyme.
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Other areas of research will investigate hyper-activation of biocatalysts reducing enzyme loadings, as well as development of efficient and robust drivers for cofactor recycle and problems with equilibriums.
Utilizing its proprietary enzyme delivery technology Akermin is developing industrial biocatalyst approaches that yield lower-cost, energy-efficient, environmentally-benign CO2 management solutions.
Earlier, he was welcomed by staff at two young businesses - Wasp IT and Biocatalysts - based in Parc Nantgarw in Nantgarw, near Cardiff.
The patent office also issued a Notice of Allowance for the company's application on Thiol-ene Coupling Chemistry for Immobilization of Biocatalysts 13/911,275.
Today's announcement demonstrates Gevo's progress in making its biocatalyst viable for use in cellulosic biorefineries," said Dr.
Akermin's technology integrates enzymes within proprietary delivery systems to create an industrial biocatalyst that can be readily incorporated into conventional chemical absorption processes for CO2 removal.
To complement the newly acquired operational skills and fast growth plans, Biocatalysts have appointed Craig Phillips as Financial Controller.
Through an Exclusive Channel Collaboration(ECC) agreement, IEP will pay Intrexon a $25 million technology access fee to leverage the Company's synthetic biology capabilities, including the UltraVector platform, to further enhance the performance of a target biocatalyst.
Practical Methods for Biocatalysis and Biotransformations is an essential text offering validated biocatalyst methods for researchers and postgraduate students in industry and academia.
Chapter 6: A beginner's guide to the isolation and analysis and use of home-grown enzyme biocatalysts.
The new funding will be used to develop and test Akermin's second generation approach using a simple and cost-effective design enabled by its proprietary Biocatalyst Delivery System.
The Shell-Codexis alliance, by contrast, is centered around the creation of next-generation, "green" bio-fuels from non-food biomass, with the aid of "optimized" or "super" enzymes evolved using Codexis's biocatalyst technology.