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  December 11, 2017
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Vinlandsleid 14
Reykjavik, 810

Phone: +354 6647903
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Prokazyme develops enzymes from the natural diversity of various extreme environments specializing in geothermal microbial ecosystems in Iceland through exploitations of the genomes of thermophilic bacteria and bacteriophages. The company has various collaborations with other research-oriented companies and academic institutions, it is active in several research consortia in EU-funded collaborative research projects and is offering academic cooperation agreements for marketing of enzymes developed by the academic partners. Prokazyme mainly sells novel enzymes for research, diagnostics and industrial testing purposes through its website at www.prokazyme.com. The products include enzymes active on polysaccharides, such as laminarinase, rhamnosidases and a thermostable beta-1,6-endoglucanase (pustulanase, used in standard assay for beta-glucan in Baker’s yeast) as well as enzymes active on nucleic acids, such as DNA ligases and polynucleotide kinase, and other specialty enzymes such as a thermostable lysozyme.

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Last update of this entry: January 03, 2014

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