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Improved enzyme for metabolites and drug synthesis

2016
The Institute of Catalysis and Petrochemistry has generated a proteic variation of the peroxigenase from the Agrocybe aegerita fungi, with enhanced properties of catalytic activity, stability and heterologous expression capacity. The mutant enzyme has been designed to be applied in aromatic hydroxylation reactions, especially for 5’-hydroxipropranolol synthesis. Enzyme producers, or pharma companies, interested in the use of this enzyme for the production of human drug metabolites and other drugs, under patent license, are sought.

Universal method for enzyme immobilization

2016
The CSIC has designed a novel universal method for the immobilisation of enzymes which can be applied with no dependence of its size or its nature. The supports used are metal organic framework (MOFs) that entrap the protein into their solid structure. The method is simple and cheap and leads to solid biocatalyst with slight losses of their activity.
Manufacturers of enzymes and chemical companies interested in the use of this method, under patent license, are sought.

Biocatalyst for 1-naphthol production

2016
The CSIC, through its Institute of Catalysis and Petrochemistry, has generated a proteic variation of the peroxigenase from the Agrocybe aegerita fungi, with enhanced properties of catalytic activity, stability and heterologous expression capacity. The mutant enzyme has been designed to be applied in aromatic hydroxylation reactions, especially for 1-naphthol synthesis, being a green alternative to the traditional chemical process.
Companies interested in the enzymatic production of 1-naphthol using this biocatalyst, under patent license, are sought.

Method for enzyme stabilisation

2016
The CSIC has developed a novel method for enzyme stabilisation that leads to biocatalyst with longer lifetime, for being used at industrial level. The method consists on coating the enzyme surface using a polymeric layer with hydrophilic nature and high viscosity. It can be applied to a variety of enzymes that can be immobilised or not. Companies interested in the use of this method for their enzymatic processes, under a patent license, are sought.

Reactive polymer membrane for water disinfection and chemical contaminant removal

2015
The ICP and the ICTP (CSIC) have developed a polymer membrane for water treatment that acts as antimicrobial disinfectant, while allows removal of chemical contaminants typically present in industrial water. The hydrodynamic resistance of this membrane allows treating high water fluxes and its UV resistance increases its lifetime. Its biocidal effect has been successfully tested for Escherichia Coli (E. Coli), where after short exposure time the bacteria is totally removed without affecting membrane flux, thus revealing its antifouling effect.
An industrial partner interested in manufacturing this membrane under a license agreement for its application in industrial water treatment plants is sought
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