• Genetically modified yeast (S. cerevisiae) for fermentation of C5 and C6 sugars
  • Claims V-1 strain contains isomerase and epimerase to increase tolerance to inhibitors in biomass, improve yields, and reduce by-product formation
  • Entering a demonstration project with Inbicon in 2013;...

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