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Scott Franklin, Aravind Somanchi, Karen Espina, George Rudenko, Penelope Chua: Renewable chemical production from novel fatty acid feedstocks. Solazyme, Alston and Bird, February 8, 2011: US07883882 (105 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are methods of manufacturing renewable chemicals through the manufacture of novel triglyceride oils followed by chemical modification of the oils. Methods such as transesterification, hydrogenation, hydrocracking, deoxygenation, isomerization, interesterification, hydroxylation, hyd ...


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WITTENBERG JON: Methods of microbial oil extraction and separation. SOLAZYME, Termes Lance A, October 21, 2010: WO/2010/120939 (93 worldwide citation)

Lipids can be extracted from a microbial biomass that constitutes at least 20% lipids by weight and has a moisture content of less than 4% by weight by applying pressure to the biomass so as to release lipids therefrom, thereby leaving a biomass of reduced lipid content; and collecting the lipids.


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Trimbur Donald E, Im Chung Soon, Dillon Harrison F, Day Anthony G, Franklin Scott, Coragliotti Anna: Production of oil in microorganisms. Solazyme, Trimbur Donald E, Im Chung Soon, Dillon Harrison F, Day Anthony G, Franklin Scott, Coragliotti Anna, TERMES Lance A, December 11, 2008: WO/2008/151149 (82 worldwide citation)

The invention provides methods and compositions useful for the production of oil, fuels, oleochemicals, and other compounds in microorgansims. In particular, the invention provides oil-bearing microorganisms and methods of low cost cultivation of such microorganisms. The invention also provides micr ...


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DILLON HARRISON F: Fractionation of oil-bearing microbial biomass. SOLAZYME, December 2, 2010: WO/2010/138620 (59 worldwide citation)

The invention generally relates to the production of hydrocarbon compositions, such as a lipid, in microorganisms. In particular, the invention provides methods for extracting, recovering, isolating and obtaining a lipid from a microorganism and compositions comprising the lipid. The invention also ...


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FRANKLIN SCOTT: Production of tailored oils in heterotrophic microorganisms. SOLAZYME, Termes Lance A, June 3, 2010: WO/2010/063032 (54 worldwide citation)

Methods and compositions for the production of oil, fuels, oleochemicals, and other compounds in Prototheca are provided, including oil-bearing microorganisms and methods of low cost cultivation of such microorganisms. Prototheca cells containing exogenous genes encoding, for example, a lipase, a su ...


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Day Anthony G, Dillon Harrison Fields, Brooks Geoffrey, Franklin Scott: Direct chemical modification of microbial biomass and microbial oils. Solazyme, Day Anthony G, Dillon Harrison Fields, Brooks Geoffrey, Franklin Scott, sTERMES Lance A, October 15, 2009: WO/2009/126843 (52 worldwide citation)

Soap and cosmetic products can be made from oil-bearing microbial biomass via the alkaline hydrolysis of glycerolipids and fatty acid esters to fatty acid salts. The saponified oils can be combined with a variety of additives to produce compositions for use as cosmetic products, which may also conta ...


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FRANKLIN SCOTT: Manufacturing of tailored oils in recombinant heterotrophic microorganisms. SOLAZYME, Termes Lance A, June 3, 2010: WO/2010/063031 (50 worldwide citation)

Methods and compositions for the production of oil, fuels, oleochemicals, and other compounds in Prototheca are provided, including oil-bearing microorganisms and methods of low cost cultivation of such microorganisms. Prototheca cells containing exogenous genes encoding, for example, a lipase, a su ...


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Scott Franklin, Aravind Somanchi, Karen Espina, George Rudenko, Penelope Chua: Recombinant microalgae cells producing novel oils. Solazyme, Alston and Bird, May 3, 2011: US07935515 (43 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are obligate heterotrophic microalgae cells containing an exogenous gene. In some embodiments the gene is a sucrose utilization gene, and further disclosed are methods of manufacturing triglyceride oils using sugar cane or sugar beets as a feedstock in a heterotrophic fermentation. ...


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BROOKS GEOFFREY: Food compositions of microalgal biomass. SOLAZYME, Termes Lance A, April 22, 2010: WO/2010/045368 (42 worldwide citation)

The invention provides algal biomass, algal oil, food compositions comprising microalgal biomass, whole microalgal cells, and/or microalgal oil in combination with one or more other edible ingredients, and methods of making such compositions by combining algal biomass or algal oil with other edible ...


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Scott Franklin, Aravind Somanchi, Karen Espina, George Rudenko, Penelope Chua: Recombinant microalgae cells producing novel oils. Solazyme, Alston & Bird, May 29, 2012: US08187860 (39 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are obligate heterotrophic microalgae cells containing an exogenous gene. In some embodiments the gene is a sucrose utilization gene, and further disclosed are methods of manufacturing triglyceride oils using sugar cane or sugar beets as a feedstock in a heterotrophic fermentation. ...



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