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a biochemical catalyst such as an enzyme

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introduction to recent developments and future needs in biocatalysts and synthetic biology in industry
These enzyme delivery vehicles will also support development of broad biocatalyst platforms that Akermin is now pursuing with its partners.
Biocatalysts specialises in a wide variety of enzymes for the food industry.
75m base of Biocatalyst - a manufacturer of enzymes for the food industry - where he was met by staff and given a presentation about the company.
This patent specifically provides exclusivity for the use of our novel biocatalysts and production processes in the manufacture of these key intermediates.
Dr Wernicke is renowned for his knowledge of the global chemical and catalyst markets and he will be able to use his wealth of experience with Biocatalysts.
They present state-of-the-art information on biocatalysts in the synthesis of drugs for treating various diseases; in other biotech industries' chemical conversions; and technologies such as advanced enzyme evolution.
In the international trade category, there were two Welsh winners, Biocatalysts Ltd of Pontypridd and Penn Pharmaceutical Services Ltd of Tredegar.
is a leading provider of optimized biocatalysts that make existing industrial processes faster, cleaner and more efficient than current methods and have the potential to make new industrial processes possible at commercial scale.
Dyadic") (OTCQX: DYAI), a global biotechnology company focused on the discovery, development, manufacture and sale of enzymes and other proteins for the bioenergy, bio-based chemicals, biopharmaceutical, food and feed industries, announced today details regarding its new project , " OPTIBIOCAT - Optimized esterase biocatalysts for cost-effective industrial production", an EU-funded project aimed at developing biocatalysts for the cosmetic industry.
Biocatalysts have been working with companies to tackle this problem by using enzymes to keep products flavoursome and high quality without the unnecessary addition of salt.
Among their topics are methodology for a sustainable development, regenerating raw materials, and the application of fungi and their versatile biocatalysts in sustainable technologies.
Biocatalysts are increasingly used by chemists engaged in fine chemical synthesis within both industry and academia.
These key appointments will be integral in the implementation of a project being undertaken by Biocatalysts to build a new enzyme production plant at the headquarters in Cardiff which will transform the production capabilities that Biocatalysts will be able to offer customers.