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  August 18, 2017
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Angkarrsgatan 6
Solna, 171 70, Sweden

Phone: +46706625755
Fax: +46703863203

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A small Swedish company offers newly found techniques to increase the efficiency of bacteria used in fermentation and a new way to stabilize bacterial vectors which does not need antibiotics in the fermentation nor antibiotic resistance in the bacterial organism used. The service will increase product yield of a bacterial strain both by manipulating well-known regulation domains (transcriptional and translational) as well as changing important enhancers found and patented by in house researchers. Our research shows that we in some cases can increase product yield more than tenfold simply by manipulating important enhancers found by our scientists. Using this new knowledge together with other findings concerning expression levels we can improve production strains to give maximum levels of product, such as proteins.

Moreover the company also offer new improved methods for stabilizing expression vectors ridding the need for antibiotics and antibiotic resistance. These new methods provide great economical as well as environmental benefits.

These two offers will benefit all industry using bacterial fermentation to produce a product for example proteins/enzymes, amino acids or vitamins. This includes chemical-, food-, agricultural- and pharmaceutical industry.

Last update of this entry: January 03, 2001

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