Navigation Links
Dyadic International Reports 2010 Third Quarter Financial Results
Date:11/15/2010

OFT BioACE 5X, a new acid cellulase product for the Asian textile market

Biofuels

  • Developed an improved seventh generation of a C1 biofuels strain which produces a mix of enzymes that is more efficient in releasing sugars from waste streams containing ligno-cellulosic materials than previous C1 biofuels strains
  • Initiated discussions with new potential partners and continued ongoing dialogue with companies for the potential license of Dyadic's C1 technology for the development and commercialization of biofuels and biochemicals

  • Biopharmaceuticals

  • Continued discussions with several companies and investors regarding the potential funding of EnGen Bio, Inc., Dyadic's prospective exclusive licensee of its C1 platform technology for biopharmaceutical applications, which was recently awarded a cash grant of approximately $250,000 under the U.S. Government's Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Project program

  • Research & Development

  • Demonstrated the capability of Dyadic's C1 platform technology in third party-funded research and development projects to over-express heterologous genes for the production of certain proteins and enzymes at substantially higher levels than the original producing organism and are leveraging these results through further collaborations to improve the cost structure of new and existing products in a variety of industries
  • Continued to improve the efficiency and performance of Dyadic's enzymes for use in creating new industrial enzyme products and enhancing Dyadic's current product offerings in the areas of animal feed, pulp and paper, starch and alcohol, food and brewing, textiles and alternative fuels
  • Continued to enhance our C1 technology and mine for novel genes through the annotation project that was conducted in collaboration with Scripps Florida, a division of the Scripps Research Institute, and Dyadic Netherlands, for greater applicability in producing higher
    '/>"/>

  • SOURCE Dyadic International, Inc.
    Copyright©2010 PR Newswire.
    All rights reserved

    Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

    Related biology technology :

    1. Dyadic International to Announce Third Quarter 2010 Financial Results and Hold Conference Call on November 15, 2010
    2. Dyadic International Raises $3 Million in Private Placement of Convertible Notes
    3. Dyadic International to Announce Second Quarter 2010 Financial Results and Hold Conference Call on August 13, 2010
    4. Dyadic International Announces Final Resolution and Dismissal of Stockholder Class Action Lawsuit
    5. Dyadic International Engages The Abraham Group as Strategic Advisor
    6. Dyadic International to Present at Rodman & Renshaw 6th Annual Global Healthcare Conference
    7. Dyadic International Strengthens Management Team
    8. Dyadic International Extends Collaboration With The Scripps Research Institute
    9. International Technidyne Corporation Acquired by Warburg Pincus
    10. Edwin Rivera-Martinez, Former Chief of the FDA’s International Compliance Branch, Joins PAREXEL Consulting Strategic Compliance Team
    11. Distinguished Scientist H. Mario Geysen Joins SRI International to Lead Combinatorial Sciences and Metabolic Diseases Research Programs
    Post Your Comments:
    *Name:
    *Comment:
    *Email:
    (Date:8/27/2014)... DUBLIN , Aug. 27, 2014 ... the "Global Enzyme for Pulp & Paper Industry ... The Global Enzyme for Pulp & Paper Industry ... the current state of the global enzyme for pulp ... basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications ...
    (Date:8/27/2014)... , Aug. 27, 2014  ARCH Venture ... firms investing in the development of seed and ... eighth venture fund closed with more than $400 ... its $250 million subscription target by more than ... VIII shows the strength and potential of our ...
    (Date:8/27/2014)... (PRWEB) August 27, 2014 Riviera ... is announcing the creation of the Sancilio Scientific ... take the SCI’s philosophy of looking to nature ... and development actions are based on sound scientific ... Scientific Advisory Board provides a vehicle for SCI ...
    (Date:8/27/2014)... (PRWEB) August 27, 2014 After the ... reason that the next beverage craze is going to ... today that formulators can use Stress Relief energy pattern ... in the making of a beverage, including minerals, herbs ... stress-generated energy, channeling that power into rapid recovery and ...
    Breaking Biology Technology:Global Enzyme for Pulp & Paper Industry Report 2014 2Latest ARCH Venture Partners Fund Closes Above $400 Million 2Latest ARCH Venture Partners Fund Closes Above $400 Million 3New Sancilio & Company, Inc. Scientific Board 2New Sancilio & Company, Inc. Scientific Board 3Stress Relief: 1 Way to De-Stress Your Beverage Formula 2Stress Relief: 1 Way to De-Stress Your Beverage Formula 3Stress Relief: 1 Way to De-Stress Your Beverage Formula 4
    ... April 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - BioMS Medical Corp. (TSX:,MS), ... sclerosis (MS), today,announced that the independent Data Safety ... on-going MAESTRO-03 U.S. pivotal phase III,clinical trial of ... and,recommended that the trial continue., This was ...
    ... Bionovo Inc.,(Nasdaq: BNVI ) will present findings on ... BN107 and BN108 at the American Association of,Cancer Research ... in San,Diego, CA, April 12 - 16, 2008., ... cell,apoptosis (cell death) induced by BN107 and BN108. As ...
    ... ST. JOSEPH, Mich., April 15 GeneGo, Inc., ... The Scripps,Translational Science Institute has joined the MetaMiner ... build the first systems,biology and pathway analysis platform ... will vote on deliverables that will include,disease specific ...
    Cached Biology Technology:BioMS Medical's phase III U.S. multiple sclerosis trial receives positive safety review from Data Safety Monitoring Board 2Bionovo to Present Recent Findings of BN107 and BN108, Its Anticancer Agents, at the American Association of Cancer Research 2The Scripps Translational Science Institute Joins The MetaMiner Cardiac Consortium 2
    (Date:8/27/2014)... of studies have shown that excessive iron ... Parkinson,s disease. Previous studies from Chunyan Guo ... China have shown that baicalin prevented iron ... metal transporter 1 expression, and increased ferroportin ... rotenone-induced Parkinson,s disease rats. However, the relationship ...
    (Date:8/27/2014)... that can be found in both unprocessed and processed ... Denmark have been infected with Listeria from ... The bacterium is notoriously difficult to fight because it ... in its surroundings, says Associate Professor Birgitte Kallipolitis, University ... of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, she has published a ...
    (Date:8/26/2014)... over a colony of harmful bacteria, biofilms make ... protected in a biofilm pose a significant health ... to treatment, and biofilm-protected bacteria account for some ... and are 50 to 1,000 times more resistant ... essence, we may have stumbled onto a magic ...
    Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Researchers discover why Listeria bacterium is so hard to fight 2Researchers discover why Listeria bacterium is so hard to fight 3Breakthrough antibacterial approach could resolve serious skin infections 2Breakthrough antibacterial approach could resolve serious skin infections 3
    ... energy produced by cars, machines, and industry around the world ... but researchers have found a new way to make "thermoelectric" ... amounts of energy. And it,s based on a device ... Chemists at Oregon State University have discovered that simple ...
    ... team has turned their newly developed 3-D microscope technology ... use. U of A engineering professor Dileepan ... system called Virtual Reflected-Light Microscopy. The technology consists of ... that moves the objects being photographed and software programs ...
    ... Paul Kenis and James Slauch have been named ... university,s most talented teachers, scholars and researchers. Kenis, ... in the field of micro fluidics and the development ... health. These tools include the creation of evaporation-based ...
    Cached Biology News:Microwave ovens a key to energy production from wasted heat 2Microwave ovens a key to energy production from wasted heat 3University of Illinois faculty members named University Scholars 2
    Immunogen: Synthetic peptide (aa sequence is considered to be commercially sensitive) Storage: -20 C, Avoid Freeze/Thaw Cycles...
    ...
    TRIzol Reagents are ready-to-use monophasic solutions of phenol and guanidine isothiocyanate suitable for isolating total RNA DNA and proteins (16)....
    ...
    Biology Products: