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Dyadic International, Inc.

140 Intracoastal Pointe Drive - Suite 404
Jupiter, Florida 33477 USA
United States of America, Florida

Phone: 561-743-8333
Fax: 561-743-8343

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Description:

Dyadic International, Inc., is an early-stage biotechnology company headquartered in Jupiter, Florida with operations in the United States and the Netherlands. Dyadic uses its patented and proprietary technologies to conduct research, development and commercial activities for the discovery, development, manufacture and sale of products and solutions for the bioenergy, industrial enzyme and pharmaceutical industries.

We manufacture industrial enzymes for textile, detergent, fruit juice, starch, brewery, animal feed and other industrial applications. Some specific applications include; softening of cotton or cellulose fibers, stone wash, detergent for clothing, etc...

Our products include cellulase, amylase, beta glucanase, xylanase, protease.

Additionally, we have developed a proprietary fungal protein expression system ( patent pending ) for the cloning and expressing of genes / proteins of interest!

If you have a need for a hyper-producing novel fungal expression system or if you have a gene that would encode an interesting protein please feel free to contact us at your earliest convenience.



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Last update of this entry: May 14, 2014

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