Rise of the methanotroph: Intrexon and Calysta announce production at lab scale

Methanotrophs - organisms that consume methane to produce a range of fuels and chemicals - are back in the news. On June 30, Intrexon announced it achieved lab-scale conversion of methane to farnesene via engineered methanotrophs. This is the second product Intrexon produced from natural gas - th...

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