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The key difference between biocatalysis today compared with 10 years ago is the availability of all the supporting technologies, such as bioinformatics, enzyme evolution and high-throughput screening, which make a real difference in enzyme development.
The selectAZymeTM brand conveys Almac's strong biocatalysis offering.
Dedicated production: The most developed branch of IB, involving the production of chemicals using (modified) enzymes through biocatalysis and whole cells (possibly genetically modified) through fermentation.
Robert Holt, director of Biocatalysis, said the alternative had been to take a free-standing unit on a science park, but which would have been nowhere near as attractive as The Wilton Centre.
Robert Holt, director of Biocatalysis, said: "Depending on business developments, we hope to expand our permanent team over the next few years which may require expansion into additional laboratory space.
Hughes is in the USDA-ARS Bioproducts and Biocatalysis Research Unit, National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research, 1815 N.
Professor Richard Gross, director of Polytechnic University's National Science Foundation (NSF) Center for Biocatalysis and Bioprocessing of Macromolecules (CBBM), developed the new bioplastic using vegetable oils.
In addition, AMRI may provide follow-up medicinal chemistry hit-to-lead optimization, biocatalysis or chemical synthesis support on compounds of interest to Bristol-Myers Squibb.
Homogeneous catalysis and biocatalysis are both covered in less than 100 pages.
In the more advanced economies of North America, Western Europe and Japan, maturity in key markets such as food and beverages, and cleaning products (detergents) will limit advances, despite new opportunities in pharmaceutical and biocatalysis enzymes.
CHEMICALS Northwest, in conjunction with Bionow, has launched a new Centre of Excellence for Biocatalysis, Biotransformations and Biocatalytic Manufacture (Co EBIO3).
alliance and from shipment of Discovery Tools including a polymer testing system to North Dakota State University, a Core(X)(TM) system to a pharmaceutical company, and a biocatalysis system to Merck & Co.
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