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biocatalyst

[‚bī·ō′kad·əl·ist]
(biochemistry)
A biochemical catalyst, especially an enzyme.
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Higher addition rates resulted in the formation of an insoluble polymorph that was completely incompatible with the biocatalyst.
Based in Parc Nantgarw, near Caerphilly, Biocatalysts reported a growth of 25% last year driven by a major push into contract manufacturing for third parties.
As part of the agreement, Codexis will work with Shell and Iogen Energy Corporation to enhance the efficiency of biocatalysts used in the Iogen cellulosic ethanol production process.
Double-digit gains will also occur in biocatalysts as enzymes increasingly find application in the synthesis of active pharmaceutical intermediates and other high value fine chemicals.
Entrapment of enzymes is an essential step to develop biocatalysts towards an immobilized bioreactor technology (Braun et al.
Conservative thinking" is a term used to describe the lack of knowledge of biocatalysts among managerial staff at companies, including a lack of familiarity with the existing chemicals and process, and the lack of suppliers and advertising of biocatalysts in the mills.
enter into a six-year alliance to discover and develop new biocatalysts for the production of fuel ethanol and other value-added chemicals from renewable resources, such as corn and biomass.
In the international trade category awards went to Jordans Cereals, Clearwater Hampers, edible pulse producer Maviga, frozen pelagic fish company J Marr, herring, mackerel and whitefish firm Fresh Catch, and Biocatalysts, which produces enzymes for food processors.
This growth will be fueled by the commercialization of novel, high-value enzymes designed for specific applications such as biocatalysts, pharmaceuticals and other fast growth markets.
Preferred biocatalysts include hemoproteins such as chloroperoxidase from Caldariomyces fumago, and peroxidases and cytochromes from animal, plant or microbial cells.