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  May 10, 2021
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NIKKI Enterprises

Nucleic Iso-Kross K Integrated Enterprises
Toll free: +011-604-941-9022 (Helpline)

Phone: +011-604-945-8408
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Current Problems We are Approaching:

B12, Phytohormonal & Pheromonal Conjugates for Agronomic Cropping, Pesticide Control & Microbial-Based Processing:

(a) Agronomy & Crops: Carbon-sinking, Lignin Content, Sugar Boosting, Protease Inhibition on Plant Protein, Plant Growth Promoters (with inputs including N, P, K). Histidine boosting and possibly other amino acids in forages as functional supplementation in animal diets, targeting metabolic pathways with transcription factor (TF) regulation at the operator of the regulatory gene.

(b) Improving Rumen Microbial Digestion.

(c) Improving Temperate Silage Fermentation.

(d) Extrafibrolytic Enzymes (EFEs) & Fermentation: Yeast Bagasse, Solid-Substrate Fermentation (SSF) and Hybridizing Urease & Fae-Boosted Activity.

(e) Anti-microbials: Antibiotics (e. g. anti-mastitic creams) and Health Management & Anti-Fungal Agents (cf. Mycotoxins in Cropping).

(f) Herbicide Control. An e. g. approach with "SkyeBlue's" own IP eventually is with the inhibition of the enzyme's respective gene for IGPD by Arabidopsis with an experimental chemical herbicide IRL 1803 as an already studied model or e. g.

(g) Pesticidal Control.

(h) Microbial Soil Science. Biofertilizers.

(i) Growth, Development and Reproduction (cf. spray in plants / sublingual dosing of farm livestock).

(j) Biochar Carbon-Sinking with Biofertilizer Amendments with Microbiological and Waste Management. 


Further readings:

1. M. Rownicki et al. 2017. Vitamin B12 as a Carrier of Peptide Nucleic Acid (PNA) Into Bacterial Cells.  Sci. Rep. 7(1): 7644.

2. D. A. Flores. In press. Chapter 12. Peptide Nucleic Acid - B12 as Gene Silencing Technology Applied to Silage (tropical and temperate) and Rumen Digestion. In: A Compilation of Lignocellulose Feedstock and Related Research for Feed, Food and Energy, Xlibris Australia Pty. Ltd., Gordon N. S. W. Australia.


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