Optimized oxidoreductases for medium and large scale industrial biotransformations
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Dr Marta Pérez-Boada
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Providing industrial case stories to demonstrate the efficacy of oxidative biocatalysts.
Optimizing target enzymatic reactions to obtain products and precursors for the chemical industry and other sectors.
Establishing the processes scalability, sustainability and cost-efficiency versus chemical conversion methods.
Searching for selected groups of oxidoreductases in fungal genomes and other sources.
Engineering improved activity and stability of oxidative enzymes to meet industrial application requirements.
The indox Project is a collaborative research initiative funded by
the European Commission 7th Framework Programme (FP7) that gathers together the expertise of sixteen participants from seven EU countries plus one partner from an EU candidate country.morebrochureDownload our brochure about the project in pdf [1,3Mb]
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