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biocatalyst

[‚bī·ō′kad·əl·ist]
(biochemistry)
A biochemical catalyst, especially an enzyme.
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Codexis is a leading developer of biocatalytic chemical technologies that can reduce the cost of manufacturing across a broad range of industries.
Energy BioSystems currently has rights to 24 United States patents, 29 foreign patents, with 13 patent applications pending in the United States Patent and Trademark Office and 80 foreign patent applications pending worldwide to cover its biocatalytic process technologies and biocatalyst genes.
In the first phase of the Microvi-ABPDU collaboration, Microvi's biocatalytic technology was compared with a conventional yeast ethanol production (control) system run in parallel, at bench scale, at the ABPDU.
Implantation of biocatalytic electrodes and extraction of electrical power from small living creatures is even more difficult and has not been achieved to date.
Microvi is a leading biotechnology company that develops, manufactures, and commercializes innovative biocatalytic technologies for water, energy and chemical industries.
compile 11 chapters for chemists that detail basic concepts, developments, and recent trends in chiral drug discovery through three chiral technologies: asymmetric synthesis, biocatalytic process, and chiral resolution.
The investment will be used primarily to focus around discovery of new biocatalytic platforms that can be rapidly implemented and scaled delivering cost effective processes to chiral intermediates.
Our work could be a starting point for devising new routes to these molecules or analogues using a biocatalytic or biological engineering approach," New Scientist quoted Balskus as saying.
The four remaining sections describe aspects of inorganic synthesis, polymer synthesis, biocatalytic reactions, and industrial applications.
Practical Methods for Biocatalysis and Biotransformations 2 is an essential collection of biocatalytic methods for chemical synthesis which will find a place on the bookshelves of synthetic organic chemists, pharmaceutical chemists, and process R&D chemists in industry and academia.
The biocatalytic process developed is the only way such surfactants can be produced, and they have for the first time ever been produced in amounts that have allowed for their features to be established.
This significant milestone further confirms the cost-effectiveness of our enzymatic carbon capture technology in the largest-ever scale test of a biocatalytic process for carbon capture," said Evan Price, President and CEO of CO[sub.